impressionable

Impressed vs Impressionable - What's the difference?

impressed | impressionable |


As adjectives the difference between impressed and impressionable

is that impressed is strongly affected, especially favourably while impressionable is being easily influenced (especially of young people).

As a verb impressed

is (impress).

As a noun impressionable is

an impressionable person.

Impressionable vs Vulnerable - What's the difference?

impressionable | vulnerable |


As adjectives the difference between impressionable and vulnerable

is that impressionable is being easily influenced (especially of young people) while vulnerable is vulnerable.

As a noun impressionable

is an impressionable person.

Credulous vs Impressionable - What's the difference?

credulous | impressionable |


As adjectives the difference between credulous and impressionable

is that credulous is excessively ready to believe things; gullible while impressionable is being easily influenced (especially of young people).

As a noun impressionable is

an impressionable person.

Impressionable vs Pliant - What's the difference?

impressionable | pliant |


As adjectives the difference between impressionable and pliant

is that impressionable is being easily influenced (especially of young people) while pliant is capable of plying or bending; readily yielding to force or pressure without breaking; flexible; pliable; lithe; limber; plastic; as, a pliant thread; pliant wax.

As a noun impressionable

is an impressionable person.

Magnetized vs Impressionable - What's the difference?

magnetized | impressionable |


As adjectives the difference between magnetized and impressionable

is that magnetized is that has been made magnetic while impressionable is being easily influenced (especially of young people).

As a verb magnetized

is (magnetize).

As a noun impressionable is

an impressionable person.

Impressionable vs Magnetised - What's the difference?

impressionable | magnetised |


As an adjective impressionable

is being easily influenced (especially of young people).

As a noun impressionable

is an impressionable person.

As a verb magnetised is

(magnetise).

Impressionable vs Compliant - What's the difference?

impressionable | compliant |


As adjectives the difference between impressionable and compliant

is that impressionable is being easily influenced (especially of young people) while compliant is willing to comply; yielding; bending; pliant; submissive; willing to do what someone wants.

As a noun impressionable

is an impressionable person.

Impressionable vs Gullible - What's the difference?

impressionable | gullible |


As adjectives the difference between impressionable and gullible

is that impressionable is being easily influenced (especially of young people) while gullible is easily deceived or duped; , easily cheated or fooled.

As a noun impressionable

is an impressionable person.

Impressionable - What does it mean?

impressionable | |

Formative vs Impressionable - What's the difference?

formative | impressionable | Synonyms |

Formative is a synonym of impressionable.


As adjectives the difference between formative and impressionable

is that formative is of or pertaining to the formation and subsequent growth of something while impressionable is being easily influenced (especially of young people).

As nouns the difference between formative and impressionable

is that formative is (grammar) a language unit that has morphological function while impressionable is an impressionable person.

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