Definition of Impressibility

1. n. The quality of being impressible; susceptibility.



Definition of Impressibility

1. Noun. The quality of being impressible. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Impressibility

1. [n -TIES]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Impressibility

impreparation
impresa
impresario
impresarios
impresas
imprescriptibility
imprescriptible
imprescriptibly
imprese
impreses
impress
impresse
impressed
impressed(p)
impresses
impressibility (current term)
impressible
impressibleness
impressibly
impressing
impressio
impressio cardiaca hepatis
impressio cardiaca pulmonis
impressio colica
impressio duodenalis
impressio gastrica
impressio ligamenti costoclavicularis
impressio oesophagea
impressio petrosa pallii
impressio renalis

Literary usage of Impressibility

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Clinical Psychiatry; a Text-book for Students and Physicians by Emil Kraepelin, Allen Ross Diefendorf (1907)
"Memory is really a dual process dependent on impressibility and on retentiveness, ... impressibility is the faculty for receiving a more or less permanent ..."

2. Clinical psychiatry by Emil Kraepelin, Allen Ross Diefendorf (1907)
"Memory is really a dual process dependent on impressibility and on retentiveness, ... impressibility is the faculty for receiving a more or less permanent ..."

3. The Sunday-school: Its Origin, Mission, Methods, and Auxiliaries by Henry Clay Trumbull (1888)
"impressibility of Children.—The Children's Crusade.—Separate Services for Children.—Five-Minute Sermons. Antiquity of this Plan. ..."

4. Passional Hygiene and Natural Medicine: Embracing the Harmonies of Man with by M. Edgeworth Lazurus (1852)
"... NERVOUS impressibility, AND ITS RELATIONS WITH HYGIENE. I suppose my readers familiar with the well established facts of psychometry, in regard to which ..."

5. Arcana of Nature: Or, The History and Laws of Creation by Hudson Tuttle, Datus Kelley (1864)
"Explanation of impressibility.— One Mind can control another. ... Spirit Intercourse through impressibility. — Its Difficulties. — Low Spirits (Evil? ..."

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