susceptibility

[ suh-sep-tuh-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF susceptibility

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The total renovation of the heart is evinced by susceptibility of conscience.

This increases the susceptibility to softening from storm water or ground water.

The worst fault of the test is its susceptibility to the influence of schooling.

They are somewhat ambiguous as to their susceptibility to comparison.

The difficulty was to overcome its susceptibility to attrition.

In the United States, the susceptibility increases as we go South.

Alcohol increased the susceptibility of the guinea pigs also.

But men do not differ only in the degree of their susceptibility, they differ also in its direction.

If he had a weakness it was his susceptibility to feminine testimony.

How are susceptibility and sensitiveness discriminated in physics?

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