Definition of 'impressionable'
Example sentences containing 'impressionable'
The blood of the small, impressionable Alison had curdled as she listened wide-eyed, and the words had stuck.MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE (1987) ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (1987) AN OLDER WOMAN (1987)
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Definition of impressionable from the Collins English Dictionary
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