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I have never seen a person more perilously appreciative or receptive than you.
Dan's attitude toward the world was receptive; here in the Bassett domestic circle he felt no shame at being a Bassett man.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
Never did any exercise whatever render the exercising being more fitted to suffering (or, receptive experience).
"Yes, please," said Michael, who would have accepted anything in his present receptive condition.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 1COMPTON MACKENZIE
A torrent of words from the other seemed to meet a receptive ear.
BOY SCOUTS IN THE NORTH SEAG. HARVEY RALPHSON
He turned by-and-by and walked onward in a still mood—the receptive mood into which God sows rare seed.
THE GENTLE ART OF COOKING WIVESELIZABETH STRONG WORTHINGTON
Tess was so receptive that the few minutes of contact with the whirl of material progress lingered in her thought.
The women here are so exquisitely receptive to it that when it is on their excitement causes changes in their body heat.
THE DOUBLE SPYDAN T. MOORE
Some of the Amoraim, again, were merely receptive, the medium through which tradition was handed on; others were creative as well.
The method of God is to work to His results through those who are spiritually receptive.
OUR LADY SAINT MARYJ. G. H. BARRY

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