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Definition of "impressionableness" []

  • The quality of being impressionable. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "impressionableness" in a sentence
  • "Knight led her about, and being by this time accustomed to her sudden changes of mood, overlooked the necessity of a cause in regarding the conditions — impressionableness and elasticity."
  • "Arthur's gallant, and he's impressionable -- but he's fastidious, and fastidiousness is always the check on impressionableness."
  • "The gentle, stroking delight in this universe that Dr. Holmes took all his days, his contagious gladness in it and approval of it, his impressionableness to its moods -- its Oliver-Wendell ones, -- who really denies in his soul that this capacity of Dr. Holmes to enjoy, this delicate, ceaseless tasting with sense and spirit of the essence of life, was the very substance of his culture?"