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suggest +‎ -ible

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suggestible (comparative more suggestible, superlative most suggestible)

  1. Susceptible to influence by suggestion; easily swayed.
    • 2012, Anne M. Ridley, Fiona Gabbert, David J. La Rooy, Suggestibility in Legal Contexts, John Wiley & Sons, →ISBN, page 1992:
      In Europe, through his clinical and forensic work, Gisli Gudjonsson noted that some individuals seemed to be more suggestible than others. This approach assumed that suggestibility is a trait and led to the development of a model of interrogative suggestibility (Gudjonsson & Clark, 1986).

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From the stem of suggestió.

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suggestible m or f (masculine and feminine plural suggestibles)

  1. suggestible

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French

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From suggestion +‎ -ible.

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suggestible (plural suggestibles)

  1. suggestible
    La suggestion posthypnotique a augmenté l’adhésion chez les participants hautement suggestibles.
    Posthypnotic suggestion increased adherence in highly suggestible participants.

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