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  • adjective Able to be affected


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  • Meet a great civilian (proud lives to him!) who is gentle as a mushroom and a very affectable when he always sits forenenst us for his wet while to all whom it may concern Sully is a thug from all he drunk though he is a rattling fine bootmaker in his profession.

    Finnegans Wake

  • A God who is living must be affectable by the goings-on of the temporal universe, and so be in time.


  • Neither honour nor artistic personality is affectable by external considerations which are on a different plane of value.

    Recent Developments in European Thought


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