Definition of subduable in US English:

subduable

adjective

  • See subdue

    • ‘Godhead is the Lord of ‘maya’ the soul is subduable by the deluding or limiting energy (maya).’
    • ‘‘I think today a lot of people felt this game would make or break us,’ said nose tackle Vince Wilfork after the Patriots subdued the eminently subduable New York Jets, 16-3.’
    • ‘In other words, she becomes a subordinate and subduable version of the master.’
    • ‘Our ancestors had known that nature was not subduable and, therefore, had made it an obligation for man to surrender to nature and live in tune with it.’