impressionably love


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  • adv. In an impressionable manner.


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impressionable +‎ -ly


  • The Army says it's steering away from the impressionably young.

    Full Metal Joystick

  • DOBBS: Both of those statements are impressionably true but what is not being discussed here, is as critics of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, for all the good they have done and do in this country, that is really the liability of the federal government.

    CNN Transcript Feb 24, 2004

  • Arguably the heaviest band on this year's Warped Tour, Whitechapel are wielding their brand of brutal death metal to great effect, busting eardrums and winning converts amongst the alternative-leaning tour's impressionably youthful attendees.

  • "gay" in 2006 - that he has shared with his large, and mostly impressionably young, audience. abrasively confrontational mood yesterday, saying how he hoped that MP Diane Abbott wouldn't be asked for comment on

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  • "The reason for the limitation on coach / instructor / teacher prayer with elementary and high school children is because they are children who are impressionably and who are unable to separate coach speech from official speech of the government.



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