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persuasible (adj.)

c. 1400, "plausible, convincing, having the power to persuade," from Latin persuasibilis "convincing, persuasive," from past-participle stem of persuadere (see persuade). The sense of "capable of being persuaded" is from c. 1500, and the older sense then became obsolete. Related: Persuasibility.

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Definitions of persuasible

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