from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Readily influenced by suggestion: suggestible young minds.
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- adj. Susceptible to influence by suggestion.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being suggested.
- Having great suggestibility; credencive and submissive.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. susceptible or responsive to suggestion
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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.