Manageable vs. Feasible - What's the difference?

Wiktionary

  • Manageable (adjective)

    Capable of being managed or controlled

    "governable|tractable|subservient"

  • Feasible (adjective)

    That can be done in practice.

    "His plan to rid Trafalgar Square of pigeons by bringing in peregrine falcons to eat them was dismissed as not feasible."

Oxford Dictionary

  • Manageable (adjective)

    able to be controlled or dealt with without difficulty

    "her long hair was black, wavy, and manageable"

  • Feasible (adjective)

    possible and practical to do easily or conveniently

    "the Dutch have demonstrated that it is perfectly feasible to live below sea level"

  • Feasible (adjective)

    likely; probable

    "the most feasible explanation"

Webster Dictionary

  • Manageable (adjective)

    Such as can be managed or used; suffering control; governable; tractable; subservient; as, a manageable horse.

  • Feasible (adjective)

    Capable of being done, executed, or effected; practicable.

  • Feasible (adjective)

    Fit to be used or tilled, as land.

Princeton's WordNet

  • Manageable (adjective)

    easy to handle or use or manage;

    "a large but wieldy book"

  • Manageable (adjective)

    capable of being managed or controlled

  • Manageable (adjective)

    easily dealt with;

    "manageable problems"

  • Feasible (adjective)

    capable of being done with means at hand and circumstances as they are

  • Feasible (adverb)

    in a practicable manner; so as to be feasible

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