He has opened the way and made it passible, and now invites all to come and find pardon; and sets the time when they should come.
Qualities, because they change, matter must be passible, iii.
passible, "obedient and passible" (M33,a), able to feel or suffer.
The disciples of Thales and Pythagoras grant that all bodies are passible and divisible into infinity.
passible, pas′i-bl, adj. susceptible of suffering, or of impressions from external agents.
He was invisible and impassible in his nature; then he became visible in our nature, and passible.