Definition of Susceptibleness

1. Noun. The state of being susceptible; easily affected.




Definition of Susceptibleness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Susceptibleness

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survivorships
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susceptibleness (current term)
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Literary usage of Susceptibleness

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1. Physiognomy Illustrated, Or, Nature's Revelations of Character: A by Joseph Simms (1887)
"Men who attain a weight of years in the incessant contemplation of things to coma invariably assume this posture of anticipation in advance. susceptibleness ..."

2. An Original and illustrated physiological and physiognomical chart by Joseph Simms (1873)
"susceptibleness large. 1. Having true composure, and the calmness of a quiet lakelet, placidity and gravity are evinced by you in an extraordinary degree. ..."

3. Physiognomy Illustrated; Or, Nature's Revelations of Character: A by Joseph Simms (1889)
"susceptibleness Small —Charles ... susceptibleness Large—John a miser of London, who died worth h»lfa million sterling. ..."

4. Autopaedia: Or, Instructions on Personal Education: Designed for Yound Men by James McCrie (1871)
"There may be susceptibleness and not largeness. ... without susceptibleness or promptness. But, whatever may be the state in which memory is possessed, ..."

5. The Constitutional and Political History of the United States by Hermann Von Holst, John Joseph Lalor, Alfred Bishop Mason, Paul Shorey, Ira Hutchinson Brainerd (1892)
"... the hearts and the heads of the people in ever-increasing measure and in a manner which greatly weakened their susceptibleness for foreign adventures. ..."

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