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manageable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmanageableman‧age‧a‧ble /ˈmænɪdʒəbəl/ adjective  CONTROLeasy to control or deal with opp unmanageable Divide the task into manageable sections.manageability /ˌmænɪdʒəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable]
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manageableThey took any subject and made it manageable.It had a nice smell and my hair felt very silky and manageable after I'd rinsed it.Russell Keys was, by all accounts, a clever, amusing man with manageable mental problems.In addition, because so many colleges are involved, regional groups would be formed to allow for more manageable national negotiations.Most are still expecting strong performance of the broader markets, but at a more manageable pace.And so I divvied up the company into manageable pieces and told these executives to go play the game to the hilt.What started out as a relatively manageable protest against stolen elections has now mushroomed into a full-fledged democracy movement.My hair's more manageable since I had it cut.Literacy seems to be a factor in keeping the family to a manageable size.
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