from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of or suited for being received; receivable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Such as may be received; receivable.
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And by encouraging people to buy stocks that give dividends, and by encouraging corporations to give dividends, you're going to make the corporations more receptible and more responsible to stockholders, which is something everyone here was screaming about just six months ago.
A state receptible of love, and perceptible of wisdom, makes a youth into a husband, 321.
Man is receptible of the Lord's presence, and of conjunction with Him.
These differ but little from graven forms; but still they are receptible of life from the Lord through the heavens.
Man is receptible of the Lord's presence and of conjunction with him.
Because they were also united as to their bodies by the receptions of the propagation of the soul of the husband by the wife, and thus by the insertion of his life into hers, whereby a maiden becomes a wife; and on the other hand by the reception of the conjugial love of the wife by the husband, which disposes the interiors of his mind, and at the same time the interiors and exteriors of his body, into a state receptible of love and perceptible of wisdom, which makes him from a youth become a husband; see above, n.