impressionability[ im-presh-uh-nuh-buhl, -presh-nuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF impressionability
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If there are qualities common to all they are impressionability and capacity for affection.
Harriet P's impressionability was put to a very useful purpose.
It will depend on the size of the calculus, on the point where impacted, and on the impressionability of the subject.
He was not only sensitive, he was just come to the passion and impressionability of full-blooded young manhood.
I kept glancing at the faces of the dead cautiously, distrusting my impressionability.
Well, my impressionability towards music has very much lessened.
Impressionability is one of the conditions of the creative faculty: the sensitive mind is the only mind that invents.
What corresponds in it to the sensibility of the animal is the impressionability, quite of its kind, of its chlorophyl light.
Some things were imparted to her without her asking or wishing, and merely in virtue of her youth and impressionability.
When one has lived here for years and years, one's impressionability gets hardened.