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Adjective: fictile  fik-t(u)l or 'fik,tI(-u)l [N. Amer], 'fik,tI(-u)l [Brit]
  1. Susceptible to being led or directed
    "fictile masses of people ripe for propaganda";
    - pliable
  2. Capable of being moulded or modelled (especially of earth or clay or other soft material)
    "fictile substances such as wax or clay";
    - moldable [N. Amer], plastic, mouldable [Brit, Cdn]
  3. Of or relating to the craft of pottery
    "the fictile art"; "fictile ware"

See also: elastic, susceptible