manipulate

[ muh-nip-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF manipulate

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Will they manipulate these and the like to suit their needs?

They could not, or they would not, understand the people they sought to manipulate.

To raise it and manipulate the catch was out of the question.

At times it may be well to manipulate a muscle when at full tension.

Would not Hungary, for instance, be able to manipulate the railway freights?

"I can operate one weapon while you manipulate the other, Damis," replied the Kildare.

It was as if a feeble hand had tried to manipulate it without success.

On the other hand, there is no wood so easy to manipulate with the saw or plane as cherry.

And he set the table down and began to manipulate the ball dexterously.

I don't propose to let a lot of land sharks in here to manipulate us out of what's our own.

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