impressionable

Part of speech: adjective

Susceptible of impression.

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Usage examples "impressionable":

  1. This influence is the more to be dreaded because the Japanese are so impressionable and so prone to accept anything which they are convinced is superior to their own. - "The Critic in the Orient", George Hamlin Fitch.
  2. Onknown to the others, this yere Bob- cat- who it looks like is a mighty impressionable savage- is himse'f in love with the dead Sunbright. - "Wolfville Nights", Alfred Lewis.
  3. I was impressionable, too, and I loved it all so- the colour and the beauty, the rich, warm stream of life, after that wretched village school. - "The Wicked Marquis", E. Phillips Oppenheim.