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Definition of Influenceable
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Literary usage of Influenceable
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1. The Kingdom of Evils: Psychiatric Social Work Presented in One Hundred Case by Elmer Ernest Southard, Mary Cromwell Jarrett (1922)
"The psycho- neuroses (hysteria, neurasthenia, psychasthenia) are on the whole diseases both theoretically, and very often practically, influenceable by ..."
2. Assisted Suicide edited by Michael Bilirakis (1998)
"... extent influenceable and dependent upon others, even for their sense of worth. Because people are valuable, what autonomy they have should be respected, ..."
3. An Autobiography by Margot Asquith (1922)
"I amused him by saying that we were an un- influenceable race with an advanced middle class, superior to the aristocracy and too clever to be taken in by ..."
4. Troubles in the Balkans by John L. C. Booth (1905)
"Here appeared a rubber-faced linguist about five feet high, who translated the menu and announced : ' I am Russian officer and editor of influenceable ..."