Definition of Susceptivity

1. n. Capacity for receiving; susceptibility.



Definition of Susceptivity

1. Noun. Capacity for receiving; susceptibility. ¹

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Definition of Susceptivity

1. [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Susceptivity

sus law
susannite
susceptance
susceptances
susceptibilities
susceptibility
susceptible
susceptibleness
susceptibles
susceptibly
susception
susceptions
susceptive
susceptiveness
susceptivities
susceptivity (current term)
suscipiency
suscitability
suscitate
suscitation
suscribe
suses
sushi
sushi bar
sushi bars
sushi roll
sushi rolls
sushilike
sushimi
sushis

Literary usage of Susceptivity

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1. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1891)
"Imp. Diet. susceptivity (sus-ep-tiv'i-ti), n. [< susceptive + -4ty.] Capacity of admitting ; susceptibility. imply a natural ..."

2. The Religious Magazine and Monthly Review by Edmund H Sears, James William Thompson, John Hopkins Morison (1869)
"But from the Scriptures, it might seem, as though in the age of Jesus Christ that that spiritual susceptivity, by which the ..."

3. The Woodlanders: A Novel by Thomas Hardy (1896)
"His eyes were dark and impressive, and beamed with the light either of energy or of susceptivity—it was difficult to say which; it might have been a little ..."

4. The American Journal of Education by Henry Barnard (1859)
"This practice makes but little demand upon the productive power of the pupil, but trains his susceptivity. The more fully he enters into the meaning of his ..."

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