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- n. The condition of being receptible; receptiveness
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being receptible; receivableness.
- n. A receptible thing.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being receptible; receivableness.
- n. Something that may be received or believed in.
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And for the same reason he has lost receptibility to intermediate vibrations in the COLOR spectrum, which has clouded or stultified his visional faculties.
Owing to man's degeneration or fall, on your Earth, he has lost all receptibility to the more refined vibratory tones of the chromatic scale.
And for the same reason he has lost receptibility to intermediate vibrations in the color spectrum, which has clouded or stultified his visional faculties.
With him the process did not take more than a minute, but it was startling in its results, and reduced me to an extraordinary state of hypnotic receptibility.
a wife there are principles taken out of the husband, and therefore supplemental, which were not previously in her as a maiden: a youth also becomes or is made a husband, because in a husband there are principles taken out of the wife, which exalt his receptibility of love and wisdom, and which were not previously in him as a youth: this is the case with those who are principled in love truly conjugial.
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