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susceptivity

Line breaks: sus¦cep¦tiv|ity
Pronunciation: /sʌsɛpˈtɪvɪti
 
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Definition of susceptivity in English:

noun

[mass noun] archaic
The quality or condition of being receptive or sensitive to something: susceptivity to any condition
More example sentences
  • I accepted philosophically her susceptivity to decay.
  • His childlike delight in God's works and his susceptivity to the poetry of the natural world took whatever he said out of commonplace and stamped it with fresh beauty.
  • He suggests that the susceptivity to that malady comes from eating too much in proportion to the physical labor one performs.

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