Related formsed·u·ca·bil·i·ty, nounnon·ed·u·ca·ble, adjectiveun·ed·u·ca·bil·i·ty, nounun·ed·u·ca·ble, adjective
Can be confusededucable educible
Examples from the Web for educable
In other words, we are educable, the lower animals are not, or only within very narrow limits.
I am convinced from experience that it is both normal and educable though not usually active in the large majority of people.Second Sight|Sepharial
As to structure, human nature is undoubtedly the most plastic part of the living world, the most adaptable, the most educable.Introduction to the Science of Sociology|Robert E. Park
Animals are educable in different degrees; but where they are educable they begin to profit by experience from the first.Evolution in Modern Thought|Ernst Haeckel
The human being is the most adaptable—that is to say, educable—of all living creatures.