Definition of manageableness in English:

manageableness

noun

  • See manageable

    • ‘Her sensations throughout, as she subsequently stated, had been of the most pleasing nature; and her manageableness during the operation was as perfect as if she had been a wax doll or a lay figure.’
    • ‘The only requisite is manageableness of the ship herself and of the numbers she carries on board.’
    • ‘The manageableness of ecclesiastical regulation will be improved.’
    • ‘For wood shields manageableness was a decisive factor; thus they could not exceed a certain size or thickness.’
    • ‘From its beginning, this outlook was reinforced not merely by its appeal in terms of conceptual simplicity and manageableness, but by reason of its tremendous success in the extension of technology and of man's control over the natural order.’