Definition of "impressibility" [im•press•i•bil•i•ty]
The quality of being impressible.(noun)
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Use "impressibility" in a sentence
"A moderate degree of impressibility which is almost universal in the South, belongs to more than half in the North."
"What a cause for rejoicing would it be then, if the proper degree of 'impressibility' were general with those who have failing and recreant teeth, that the dentist and his magnetiser might be one and indivisible?"
"I have an affection for the road yet (though it is not so pleasant a road as it was then), formed in the impressibility of untried youth and hope."