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  • He does not know how to act around others and can be impressionable.
  • You see, the station is short of girls, and our young friend is impressionable. Cited from The Keeper of the Door, by Ethel M. Dell
  • A child's most impressionable age is said to be between its fourth and fifth years. Cited from Laugh and Live, by Douglas Fairbanks
  • Those impressionable years, between fourteen and twenty-four, could never be cast off. Cited from Fanny Herself, by Edna Ferber
  • He later decided upon a literary career, however much his age might have rendered him young and impressionable.
  • The young journalist was not an impressionable man, but he felt all these things. Cited from The Slave Of The Lamp, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • They are also more impressionable and the outward forms of church service mean more to them. Cited from Heart and Soul, by Victor Mapes (AKA Maveric Post)
  • Every man of every class has spent some of the most impressionable years of his life being drilled. Cited from Christine, by Alice Cholmondeley
  • You know how impressionable I am to every wave of sound. Cited from Daybreak: A Romance of an Old World,by James Cowan
  • So impressionable a being is man, or at least such a man as I was in those days. Cited from The Professor, by Charlotte Bronte
  • She held out her hands like a child, to the least impressionable boatman. Cited from In and Out of Three Normady Inns, Anna Bowman Dodd
  • The death of this young lover gave to her impressionable being a shock which never passed off again. Cited from South Wind, by Norman Douglas
  • He was built of an extremely impressionable nature and a commanding good sense. Cited from Miscellaneous Prose by, George Meredith
  • The story goes: A young and impressionable moth once set his heart on a certain star.
  • There is, be it known, no more impressionable man on the face of God's earth. Cited from The Sowers, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • Being very impressionable, he imbibed a great deal which he has turned to good account in his chosen work. Cited from Sculpture of the Exposition Palaces and Courts
  • I suppose to an impressionable girl these things really are of absorbing interest. Cited from The Clicking of Cuthbert, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • In that community Davis spent the years that appear to have been the most impressionable of his life. Cited from The Day of the Confederacy, Nathaniel Stephenson
  • No integer of the impressionable sex had ever yet won from her such a battle. Cited from The Clarion, by Samuel Hopkins Adams
  • Through women the church can reach children at their most impressionable age, while at the universities the teachers are taught. Cited from The Emancipation of Massachusetts, by Brooks Adams
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Meaning of impressionable

  • adjective Easily impressed or influenced
    an impressionable youngster, an impressionable age, a waxy mind