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maneuverable

[muh-noo-ver-uh-buh l] /məˈnu vər ə bəl/
adjective
1.
capable of being steered or directed; easy to maneuver:
The polyethylene craft remains as durable and maneuverable as any conventional high-performance kayak.
2.
able to maneuver easily: maneuverable troops;
I felt extremely maneuverable on these shorter skis.
Origin of maneuverable
Related forms
maneuverability, noun
maneuverably, adverb
unmaneuverable, adjective
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  • Yes, thought the Explorer, in a scout-ship, not in this unmaneuverable freighter.

    Youth Isaac Asimov
Word Origin and History for unmaneuverable

maneuverable

adj.

1913, from maneuver + -able.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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