tractile

adjective
trac·​tile | \ˈtraktᵊl, -kˌtīl, -k(ˌ)til\

Definition of tractile 

: capable of being drawn and especially of being drawn out in length : ductile

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Other Words from tractile

tractility \trakˈtilətē \ noun plural -es

History and Etymology for tractile

Latin tractus (past participle of trahere to draw, pull) + English -ile

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