- a easily managed (controlled or taught or molded)
- Their worth as commodities was a function of pure, irrational desire, and their economic fate proved that nothing is more manipulable than desire.
- We spend all day working in a ghost world of digital data, computerized information that's manipulable, rewritable, copyable, rebootable and erasable.
- To understand the manipulable strategy and tactics, Stalin's followers and his intended victims have to understand the inner theory and program.
- Jay Bybee in The National Center for Public Policy Research
In his dissent, Judge Jay Bybee noted: "I believe the majority's novel approach to statutory interpretation is readily manipulable and would enable courts to rewrite statutes whenever they want to save a particular program, contract or enactment."