Definition of pliableness in English:

pliableness

Pronunciation /ˈplʌɪəblnəs/

noun

  • 1The quality or attribute of being easily influenced or directed; flexibility, submissiveness, adaptability.

    Sometimes (and in earliest use) in negative sense: weakness, absence of will power.

  • 2The quality of being physically or materially pliant, flexible, or supple.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Thomas Norton. From pliable + -ness.