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After years of pushing for advertisers and the TV industry to self-regulate, the FTC stepped in to stop what it considered to be manipulative messaging promoting unhealthy foods to impressionable young minds.

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Country Gandalf couldn’t be wrong in my impressionable eyes, nor could numbers.

That said, we live in a world where agents, financial advisors and businessmen target young and impressionable talent with significant riches, so seeking the right guidance is key.

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Yes, social media and digital marketing opened up a new world, but they also made our audience less impressionable to cookie-cutter marketing tactics.

In 2019, word spread locally of a visible wolf den at Yellowstone’s Slough Creek, exposing especially impressionable puppies to people.

An 18-year-old Swedish rapper/Internet meme has inspired legions of impressionable teens to get based in bucket hats.

Headmasters are in a unique position of power to mold the minds of impressionable young students.

Sadly, some impressionable young listeners will internalize this “advice.”

That he joined the Army at the less-impressionable age of 27 must have something to do with this.

Education remains first and foremost a device for drilling party ideology into impressionable minds.

Impressionable and enthusiastic, a philosophical liberal by nature, he eagerly absorbed the teaching of the Encyclopedists.

You will pardon the inquisitiveness of an old man, but are not you musicians a most impressionable lot?

"She is an exceedingly dangerous person for an impressionable man like myself," Sogrange remarked, arranging his tie.

The important practical question is the prevention of the fulfilment of the morbid impulse during these impressionable years.

They are exceedingly impressionable, and all their feelings are readily exalted into passions.


On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to impressionable, such as: susceptible, impressible, affectable, affected, feeling, and influenceable.

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