Definition of suasible in English:

suasible

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Pronunciation: /ˈsweɪsɪb(ə)l
 
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adjective

rare
  • Able to be easily persuaded.
    More example sentences
    • Calling for some volunteers (where none were suasible) I firmly supervised the burial of the dead.
    • Bragg was forced to issue his own proclamation to the men of Kentucky, but the Kentuckians were not in a suasible mood.
    • Throughout the Inspired Writings, men are dealt with by their Maker, as suasible, accountable, and free.

Origin

late 16th century: from late Latin suasibilis, from Latin suas- participial stem of the verb suadere (see suasion).

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