Meaning of deceivable in English:

deceivable

adjective

See deceive

  • ‘Certain features will remain constant: that we have vulnerable bodies, are mortal, are capable of acquiring new skills, that we are deceivable and vulnerable to duress.’
  • ‘The writer of 1 Timothy notes that " woman was deceived,’ not ‘woman is deceivable.’’
  • ‘The above brokers also push some local financial officials to find deceivable investors.’

Pronunciation

deceivable

/dɪˈsiːvəb(ə)l/