What is another word for manipulable?

Pronunciation: [mənˈɪpjʊləbə͡l] (IPA)

Manipulable refers to something that can be easily handled or operated, often with a negative connotation that implies the possibility of being abused or exploited for someone else's benefit. Some synonyms for manipulable include controllable, susceptible, moldable, pliable, susceptible, and malleable. Controllable means something that can be managed or held under control, while susceptible refers to something that is vulnerable to influence or manipulation. Moldable, pliable, and malleable all describe something that can be shaped or changed depending on external forces. Other synonyms include exploitable, adaptable, compliant, and tractable, all of which convey the idea of something being easily influenced or changed.

What are the hypernyms for Manipulable?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for manipulable?

The word "manipulable" refers to something that can be easily influenced or controlled. Its antonyms or opposite words are "unmanipulable" and "incontrovertible." The word "unmanipulable" refers to something that cannot be controlled, influenced, or changed easily. It means something that is resistant to manipulation or tampering. On the other hand, "incontrovertible" refers to something that is beyond dispute or unquestionable. This word indicates that it cannot be easily influenced or changed, and it is indisputable. The antonyms of manipulable suggest that there are things in this world that are not easily influenced or controlled and are immune to manipulation.

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Usage examples for Manipulable

I'll be completely damned if I can see how this type of Gunther generator can put out a manipulable field, but it must.
"The Galaxy Primes"
Edward Elmer Smith
I found my manipulable field, but a bomb went off in my brain when I straightened it out.
"The Galaxy Primes"
Edward Elmer Smith
There are moments when he seems hardly to have passed beyond the stage of naive wonder that words exist and are manipulable.
"Aspects of Literature"
J. Middleton Murry

Famous quotes with Manipulable

  • Christianity, for Blake, bled from Jesus his real substance as prophet/poet. Reason, or Ratio, on the other side, born with the scientific revolution, divided the world from the self, the human from the natural, the inside from the outside, and the outside itself into ever finer degrees of manipulable parts.
    Curtis White
  • Creation has the truth written all over it — the age of the universe, the history of the world — but nine-tenths of mankind either don't know it or think it's a sham, because it isn't what their book or their prophet says, and it isn't cozy or manipulable enough.
    Sheri S. Tepper

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