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boom2 to extend or manipulate by means of a boom. [1/5 definitions]
clumsy difficult to handle or manipulate; awkwardly made; unwieldy. [1/3 definitions]
cog2 to manipulate the throw of (dice) with the intention of cheating.
control to exercise the power to regulate, dominate, or manipulate; command. [1/9 definitions]
fidget to manipulate or touch restlessly or aimlessly; fiddle (often fol. by with). [1/4 definitions]
fine-tune to manipulate the controls on (a receiver) in order to get the best reception available. [1/2 definitions]
forestall to manipulate sales of by buying up, diverting, or otherwise causing a scarcity of the merchandise. [1/3 definitions]
handle to manipulate or examine with the hands. [1/6 definitions]
juggle to alter or manipulate for the purpose of deception. [1/8 definitions]
knead to manipulate by pressing, squeezing, or rubbing; massage. [1/2 definitions]
maneuver to skillfully move (something) to a desired position or goal, or to manage using strategy and cleverness; manipulate. [1/8 definitions]
outmanipulate combined form of manipulate.
pack2 to fraudulently manipulate, as by choosing, for one's own purposes.
play to manipulate for one's advantage (sometimes fol. by "off"). [1/20 definitions]
push to manipulate aggressively. [1/13 definitions]
rig to control or manipulate (a contest, election, or the like), arranging the outcome to one's own advantage; fix. [1/10 definitions]
video game any of various electronic or computerized games in which players manipulate images on a television or other electronic screen.
wangle to manipulate or change (figures or the like) in a deceptive manner. [1/2 definitions]
wink to manipulate or control (something in the eye, usu. tears) by so doing (usu. fol. by away or back). [1/11 definitions]
wirepuller one who uses private influence to manipulate others' behavior. [1/2 definitions]
work to exert physical effort upon; manipulate; form. [1/21 definitions]