persuasible

adjective
per·​sua·​si·​ble | \pər-ˈswā-zə-bəl, -ˈswā-sə-\

Definition of persuasible 

First Known Use of persuasible

1502, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for persuasible

Middle English, plausible, from Middle French, from Latin persuasibilis persuasive, from persuasus, past participle of persuadēre

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