impressible

[ im-pres-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF impressible
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How near he stood, impressible Tom, at that moment, to the eternal mystery!

I almost wonder, seeing she is so impressible, that she can give no account of his whereabouts.

If impressible he will perceive a cooling sensation as the fingers pass.

Their hearts had long ago ceased to be impressible by horrid fancies.

He is as impressible as a schoolboy let loose for the long vacation.

This is the point on which this country is most impressible.

The most unromantic and least impressible speak of it with enthusiasm.

It is the most impressible of all known plants, and is appropriately named.

But those in power may not be impressible, and this is most unfortunate for the state.

She is but an infant,—open and impressible, warm and sanguine!

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMPRESSIBLE

formative

adjectiveinfluential, impressionable
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