Definition of coercible in English:


Pronunciation /kōˈərsəb(ə)l/ /koʊˈərsəb(ə)l/


See coerce

‘A person already in jail is not shocked and coercible as someone newly arrested might be.’
  • ‘There can surely no longer be any justification for a law that treats wives as being more coercible than unmarried women.’
  • ‘When one is weak and the other strong, when one is coercible by virtue of this weakness and the other holds all the cards, competition inevitably becomes exploitation.’