Definition of dupable in English:

dupable

adjective

  • See dupe

    • ‘You expect twists in the plot, not too hard to get your head around, and you expect some nasty villains along with some dupable cops and lovable rogues.’
    • ‘He also thought that it humiliated a man's pride to be told that he was dupable.’
    • ‘As many of us have come to understand, there are few creatures more easily dupable than a western intellectual desperate to demonstrate his tolerance for some foreign nonsense.’
    • ‘As more people recognize that they do have a choice, that they don't need to own a car to get around town, you'll find yourself covering the auto industry's desperate attempts to find a more dupable market.’
    • ‘Crop circles are formed by mischievous human beings who dupe the easily dupable into believing there is some extra-natural or supernatural cause.’

Pronunciation

dupable

/ˈdjuːpəb(ə)l/