Definition of influenceable in English:

influenceable

adjective

  • See influence

    • ‘But it's partially influenceable - and potentially very influenceable - by the general population.’
    • ‘Every once in a while there are certain companies that capture the minds of easy influenceable teens and create a kind of faction following.’
    • ‘The standards for drawing outcomes models used in Systematic Outcomes Analysis allow any influenceable outcome to be included in an outcomes model.’
    • ‘In contrast to inductive or conductive heating, in this method the heat is not produced in the workplace but rather transferred by freely influenceable radiation or convection.’
    • ‘It seems people really are that gullible - so if you plan on selling to gullible, easily influenceable people, then perhaps this tactic is for you.’