impressible

[im-pres-uh-buhl]
adjective
capable of being impressed; impressionable.

Origin:
1620–30; impress1 + -ible

impressibility, impressibleness, noun
impressibly, adverb
overimpressibility, noun
overimpressible, adjective
overimpressibly, adverb
unimpressibility, noun
unimpressible, adjective
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impress1
 
vb
1.  to make an impression on; have a strong, lasting, or favourable effect on: I am impressed by your work
2.  to produce (an imprint, etc) by pressure in or on (something): to impress a seal in wax; to impress wax with a seal
3.  (often foll by on) to stress (something to a person); urge; emphasize: to impress the danger of a situation on someone
4.  to exert pressure on; press
5.  electronics to apply (a voltage) to a circuit or device
 
n
6.  the act or an instance of impressing
7.  a mark, imprint, or effect produced by impressing
 
[C14: from Latin imprimere to press into, imprint, from premere to press1]
 
im'presser1
 
n
 
im'pressible1
 
adj

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