impressionable

[ im-presh-uh-nuh-buhl, -presh-nuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF impressionable
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Tony Cornish had also been young in those days, and impressionable.

She was an impressionable young person and her papa was very wealthy.

It is better for mankind to be impressionable than reflective.

He was a younger man than Lockwood, with an impressionable erudition.

I was at a most impressionable age when I was transplanted to the new soil.

He had learned to hate my class during the impressionable years of childhood.

In this environment Kociuszko spent the most impressionable period of his youth.

The boy was in his most impressionable years, and was left to face the music alone.

You are an awful family for an impressionable young girl to visit.

I am most thankful, however, that you are not impressionable.

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