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influence +‎ -able

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influenceable (comparative more influenceable, superlative most influenceable)

  1. Capable of being influenced.
    • 2009, Rebecca Hawkins, Victor T. C. Middleton, Sustainable Tourism, page 70:
      If 25 per cent of the commercial holiday nights by UK domestic visitors are directly influenceable by national, regional and local tourist boards []
    • 2021, Chris McChesney, Sean Covey, Jim Huling, The 4 Disciplines of Execution, page 67:
      Once the WIG was established, they had to determine the lead measures that were both predictive of fewer accidents and influenceable by the team.

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