And to manipulate the situation so his daughter would go on trial for her life?
And I'm shocked by how many orators I've found who manipulate people through propaganda.
But tech geeks, with their superhuman ability to manipulate ones and zeroes, do.
This is not a time to manipulate or skulk into situations sideways, attempting to give a false impression of nonchalance.
As we spend more and more time on our cellphones, Black asks, will our ability to manipulate language suffer over the long run?
For this conjuring business was no easy one to manipulate, particularly with the intelligent people to be met with in America.
And he set the table down and began to manipulate the ball dexterously.
Experts can so manipulate the tint plates that the lights will be graduated from the softest to the most glaring.
Well, I'll turn him inside out and manipulate him, if it takes the whole week.
This is a great deal like the last, but a little harder to manipulate.
1827, "to handle skillfully by hand," a back-formation from manipulation. Of mental influence, from 1864. Financial sense is from 1870. In mid-20c., it served as a euphemism for "masturbation." Related: Manipulated; manipulating.
manipulate ma·nip·u·late (mə-nĭp'yə-lāt')
v. ma·nip·u·lat·ed, ma·nip·u·lat·ing, ma·nip·u·lates
To handle and move in an examination or for therapeutic purposes.