impressibility

[ im-pres-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF impressibility
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This Pantheism gave rise to numerous displays of popular ignorance and impressibility.

Then the softness or impressibility of the abdomen till the tension becomes great is noticeable.

A moderate degree of impressibility which is almost universal in the South, belongs to more than half in the North.

Impressibility lies in a group of organs which sustain it, and may be expected to accompany its development.

But impressibility does not imply disease, although it may make the system more accessible to slight morbific agencies.

"The omens are all good," said Josephine, who really had in her nature a shade of impressibility, if not of superstition.

The cinematograph film is that brick wall raised to the nth power of impressibility.

Impressibility is as powerful an aid to good or right suggestion as it is to bad or false suggestion.

Its close connection with the region of impressibility called Somnolence explains its supreme control over our emotions.

They gain a peculiar strength, but lose in tenderness, elasticity, and impressibility.