wieldy

[weel-dee]
adjective, wieldier, wieldiest.
readily wielded or managed, as in use or action.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English; see wield, -y1

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wieldy (ˈwiːldɪ)
 
adj , wieldier, wieldiest
easily handled, used, or managed

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Example sentences
It ought, however, to be cut to a more wieldy length.
The old books made ten years ago were only platted on one side, making the books bulky and un wieldy.
Perhaps his university experience had made him unduly wary of action by un wieldy committees.
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