Definitions

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  • adjective Capable of being manipulated.

Etymologies

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From manipulate +‎ -able.

Examples

  • Everyone entering lines of code at the same time, sharing the same memory workspace, and creating static or dynamic outputs, manipulatable by everyone accessing the wave.

    Wolfram Blog : The R&D Pipeline for Mathematica

  • But that is only with the manipulatable sluts that just wait for guys to talk to them and will basically go along with anything if the guy is confident, cocky, good looking and assertive.

    should you have to hide the real you to be accepted – gay | My[confined]Space

  • This type of criticism, by an esteemed broadsheet should wake us all up to the type of anxious, manipulatable, angry presidency that Mzzz Clinton would foist upon your nation.

    NY Times slams Clinton's 'negativity'

  • I've been wishing for ages that there was a way for a 3d Munsell palette to be constructed in programs like photoshop - digital painting software is the ideal place to have a manipulatable 3d palette!

    The Color Wheel, Part 5

  • But it is, again, as the film discusses, it's rewarding but it is the road less traveled and therefore you do come up against people and situations where you can easily be perceived as naïve and manipulatable, and the truth is, of course, that these guys are anything but manipulatable.

    Interview: Chiwetel Ejiofor on Redbelt, Serenity, and Watchmen « FirstShowing.net

  • William Gustafson had received a U.S. patent for a similar "manipulatable toy" in 1963, Larry Nichols won a U.S. patent for a 2x2x2 cube called Twizzle in 1972, Frank Fox got a British patent for a spherical 3x3x3 puzzle in 1974, and Terutoshi Ishige received a Japanese patent for a 3x3x3 in

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  • Given Obama's racial liability, he can't afford to surrender any emotionally manipulatable positions in any other quarter.

    Election Central Sunday Roundup

  • So if breasts and periods and the basic functions of the reproductive parts of womens bodies have become either unnecessary or obsolete and infinitely manipulatable and manageable with expensive pharmaceuticals, where is the place for a beautifully functioning female body that menstruates without pain and severe PMS, that makes beautiful babies, births them powerfully, feeds them perfectly, and all the other things that female bodies have always done.

    Karen Kisslinger: It's Official: Women are Obsolete

  • Women, however fiesty I may be, are still seen as manipulatable.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: May 12, 2006

  • It's almost as if manipulatable statistics, rhetorical obfuscations, and drifting bites of information were the light and the sounds in a new atmosphere, a landscape more abstractly moral than physical, which she has to teach herself all over again a method to render.

    The Unclosed Circle

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