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noun as in openness

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“People are very receptive to this,” said Joe Lopano, the airport’s chief executive.

A few things make the public more receptive to mandate claims, according to research.

They were also more likely to be receptive toward the brand taking a stance on social issues.

And, since the data is provided by people who really want to interact with the brand, it’s a more reliable way to interact with individuals who are receptive to advertising and likely to become customers.

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Even colleges that shunned out-of-state students for years are showing a marked receptivity.

They had the idea of a strong, centralized Government; and more than that they had a marvellous capacity for receptivity.

This element of expectation stimulates their receptivity, and aids the performer in his work of giving out.

Even in the happiest geniuses of this class, receptivity will always more or less carry the day over spontaneous activity.

It was not his words but the atmosphere round him that raised me temporarily to this degree of receptivity.

As to progression, the increase of difficulty suits the increase in the child's power of comprehension and receptivity.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to receptivity, such as: responsiveness, acceptance, broad-mindedness, impartiality, interest, and observance.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.