Definition of manipulable in US English:

manipulable

adjective

  • See manipulate

    • ‘They expressed growing doubts about what was manipulable.’
    • ‘However, most of these investigations were done in the laboratory, where both animals and their environments are under control and manipulable.’
    • ‘We'd like this material to be accessible and manipulable.’
    • ‘Performance indicators are always partial and are always manipulable.’
    • ‘Moreover, the rule is highly manipulable, depending, among other things, on how broadly or narrowly a court construes the field in question.’

Pronunciation

manipulable

/məˈnɪpjələb(ə)l//məˈnipyələb(ə)l/