- capable of being impressed; impressionable.
Origin of impressible
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Examples from the Web for impressible
How near he stood, impressible Tom, at that moment, to the eternal mystery!Shoulder-Straps
I almost wonder, seeing she is so impressible, that she can give no account of his whereabouts.David Elginbrod
If impressible he will perceive a cooling sensation as the fingers pass.
Their hearts had long ago ceased to be impressible by horrid fancies.Under the Waves
R M Ballantyne
He is as impressible as a schoolboy let loose for the long vacation.