[im-presh-uh-nuh-buh l, -presh-nuh-]
- easily impressed or influenced; susceptible: an impressionable youngster.
- capable of being impressed.
Origin of impressionable
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1. receptive, responsive, suggestible.
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Examples from the Web for unimpressionable
Again that picture came to him—unimpressionable as his life had rendered him.The Slave Of The Lamp
Henry Seton Merriman
If he is young, he likes brilliance; old, he is unimpressionable.The Philosophy of Disenchantment
He was bright as a diamond, and as cutting, and also as unimpressionable.The Warden
There were a dozen women she might have had with her, unimpressionable women.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories
But unimpressionable natures are not so soon softened, nor are natural antipathies so readily eradicated.Jane Eyre
- easily influenced or characterized by susceptibility to influencean impressionable child; an impressionable age
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Word Origin and History for unimpressionable
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