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persuadable (adj.)

1520s, "having the quality of persuading" (a sense now obsolete); 1590s, "capable of being persuaded or prevailed upon," from persuade + -able. Fowler recommends this over the older adjective, persuasible (c. 1400). Related: Persuadableness.

updated on April 15, 2020

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Definitions of persuadable from WordNet

persuadable (adj.)
being susceptible to persuasion;
Synonyms: convincible / persuasible / suasible
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