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    Shaktijin

    6 years ago

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    Manipulate definition is - to treat or operate with or as if with the hands or by mechanical means especially in a skillful manner. How to use manipulate in a sentence.
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    Zushicage

    6 years ago

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    to handle, manage, or use, especially with skill, in some process of treatment or performance: to manipulate a large tractor. to adapt or change (accounts, figures, etc.) to suit one's purpose or .
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    Zuluzuru

    6 years ago

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    1. To move, arrange, operate, or control by the hands or another body part or by mechanical means, especially in a skillful manner: She manipulated the lights to get just the effect she wanted. See Synonyms at handle. 2.
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    Nall

    6 years ago

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    Oct 10,  · Manipulated is a taut Drama, Mystery, Whodunnit with an ensemble cast. Diane Conrad, district attorney, is under extreme pressure to resolve a case that has politicians as well as the local community on edge. The clock is ticking and the stakes and emotions are running high. Can anyone trust what they see or hear?/10(3).
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    Kagara

    6 years ago

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    Another word for manipulated. Find more ways to say manipulated, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at dirowiningsico.pontorbnilongnisnarisiputgorinist.co, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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    Grokasa

    6 years ago

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    Synonyms & Antonyms of manipulate 1 to control or take advantage of by artful, unfair, or insidious means the con man would slyly manipulate the emotions of his .
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    Kesar

    6 years ago

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    Another word for manipulate. Find more ways to say manipulate, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at dirowiningsico.pontorbnilongnisnarisiputgorinist.co, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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    Mubei

    6 years ago

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    Oct 16,  · “Manipulation is an emotionally unhealthy psychological strategy used by people who are incapable of asking for what they want and need in a direct way,” says Sharie Stines, a California-based.