Definition of suggestible in English:

suggestible

Syllabification: sug·gest·i·ble
Pronunciation: /sə(ɡ)ˈjestəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Open to suggestion; easily swayed: a suggestible client would comply
More example sentences
  • He says he wants open suggestible people and that's what they were.
  • In addition, they seem to do so in a clandestine, even secretive fashion, targeting those who are not only the most pliant and suggestible, but also the easiest to intimidate, shame or bribe into silence.
  • They should know that all of us are pliable and suggestible to some degree, but that children are especially vulnerable to suggestive and leading questioning.

Derivatives

suggestibility

Pronunciation: /-ˌjestəˈbilitē/
noun
More example sentences
  • Cacheris says: ‘Once again the evidence shows suggestibility.’
  • The suggestibility of and ease with which young children can be ‘coached’ has created an environment where children are often perceived as unreliable in their testimony.
  • Yet I suspect that all it is showing is the enormous suggestibility of the human mind, and that common human desire to fit in.

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