Definition of handleability in English:

handleability

Pronunciation /ˌhandl-əˈbilitē/

noun

See handle

‘Despite his easy handleability and calm nature however, he has never had a chance to compete in a show.’
  • ‘The development of a method for measuring the handleability of cables, is described.’
  • ‘So far the assessment has been made solely on the electrode handleability, and this is partly indicated by the weld finish, which is very variable.’
  • ‘Together with their easy storage and transport plus excellent handleability in the workplace the DIOPLEX range offers an almost unparalleled profile.’
  • ‘The assessment is of the stallion's natural balance and the elevation and rhythm of his pace when at liberty, as well as his attitude, temperament, handleability and manners when loose.’