American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Readily influenced by suggestion: suggestible young minds.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being suggested.
- Having great suggestibility; credencive and submissive.
- adj. susceptible or responsive to suggestion
“Those of us familiar with Amnesty International's nefarious anti-Israel agenda and notoriously "suggestible" investigative methodology wondered how it could possibly match such a breathtaking lie.”
“A child who is "suggestible" to a high degree shows it in what we call "motility.”
“Derren says that he picked someone highly suggestible, like a film student.”
“My patients who have responded are not people who are suggestible.”
“I try not to laugh, but these are very suggestible people. fuyuko”
“SpongeBob and Patrick themselves are feverishly suggestible — no gimmick or promotion targeted at them can possibly miss.”
“Meanwhile, let's all hope Alan Byrne is not the suggestible sort.”
“Sure, it's a loving and skilfully crafted homage to a man who was the film-maker's own sporting hero, and as suggestible as my teenage self.”
“Or because the board and management of the bank were so resistant to Mr. Wolfowitz's aggressive anti-corruption agenda, and all too happy to leak selective and bogus information to suggestible journalists?”
“If you, the consumer, are suggestible enough to buy a particular brand of aftershave just because a footballer sploshed it round his cheeks on a billboard, you should take a long hard look at your own malleability.”
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Tricksy buggers! I've not included those where neither is favorable.
Don't tell them they are not real--they might cry.
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