Meaning of tameable in English:

tameable

(also tamable)

Pronunciation /ˈteɪməb(ə)l/

adjective

See tame

‘His wit, literary allusions and breezy writing style help turn a cumbersome, complicated and sometimes mysterious computer application into a tamable beast.’
  • ‘The mother will probably not be tameable if she's had a litter.’
  • ‘So after a few years, it was obvious that they were going to be quite tameable in horticulture, and we just gradually introduced more and more.’
  • ‘The kittens may be tameable: there are some tips on this here as well.’
  • ‘The words of the dharma have power in a positive sense; as they begin to penetrate us, we start to think, ‘Maybe my mind actually is tameable.’’