Once I had decided I needed to know how susceptible I was to the date-rape drug of choice, GHB.
Daniel Gross on the economic mentality that makes us susceptible to natural disasters—and massive inefficiencies.
Officials who fell into “honey traps” would be susceptible to blackmail.
The complex mixture of cultures and peoples in the region is not susceptible to change on a rapid (American) timetable.
The concept of a more secure identifier was relatively novel then, and susceptible to fear mongering.
I 'd no idea you were so susceptible to the green-eyed monster.
Many names are susceptible of two, three, or more explanations.
Think ye the Lawless susceptible to him than flesh and blood?
I believe that he really did love her in his easy, eager, susceptible Irish way.
But what a susceptible heart—my dear young friend—what a susceptible heart!
c.1600 (susceptive in the same sense is recorded from 1540s), from Late Latin susceptibilis "capable, sustainable, susceptible," from Latin susceptus, past participle of suscipere "sustain, support, acknowledge," from sub "up from under" + capere "to take" (see capable). Related: Susceptibility.
susceptible sus·cep·ti·ble (sə-sěp'tə-bəl)
Likely to be affected with a disease, infection, or condition.
Especially sensitive; highly impressionable.