Thesaurus / receptiveness

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For instance, consumers who bought an Xbox are likely to be much more receptive to ads for Xbox games than consumers who bought a PlayStation.

They have reportedly found receptive audiences among anti-vaccination groups on social media sites.

It’s no coincidence, he said, that during the time that Faulconer was in office and pushed for pro-housing policies, the public seemed to become more receptive to the city’s need for more housing.

It’s possible that some people may be more receptive to criticism coming from an app than coming from a person.

The group advocates self-denial and encourages supernumeraries to recruit new members among receptive friends.

There is no pleasure or enjoyment from which we can derive more than we bring with us in the way of receptiveness.

Piano PlayingJosef Hofmann

He thought this her unusual wisdom and discernment, never dreaming it had been mostly his training and her receptiveness.

A Little Girl in Old SalemAmanda Minnie Douglas

In spite of all his receptiveness and sensitiveness, Erasmus is never fully in contact with life.

Here is another test used frequently to test the receptiveness to hypnosis.

In some subtle way this little concentrated world, within a world, seems to draw one's receptiveness away from it all.

Far to SeekMaud Diver

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