Definition of vanquishable in US English:

vanquishable

adjective

literary
  • See vanquish

    • ‘It took also any sense I might have had that life and fate were controllable, that evil was vanquishable.’
    • ‘I will always consider vanquishable the law of diminishing returns.’
    • ‘The temptation is to wage war on stupidity as if it were a vanquishable object.’
    • ‘They discussed the neuroscientific and the behavioural, the syntactical and the imaginative, declared illiteracy to be utterly vanquishable, and showed why some teaching methodology works best.’
    • ‘The points are still there, and enemies are still vanquishable, but the goal now is to finish the games so that we can see and hear the narrative of the story.’

Pronunciation

vanquishable

/ˈvæŋkwɪʃəb(ə)l//ˈvaNGkwiSHəb(ə)l/