Her mother had told her plainly how susceptible men were, how little their promises meant, how careful she must be of her looks and actions.
Passepartout had a moist sensation about the eyes; his master's action touched his susceptible heart.
In a very susceptible person, well under your psychic control, you may succeed in suggesting entire sentences and phrases to him.
Perhaps the soil of his susceptible nature was really predisposed to receive a pleasant impression.
They fell on their knees; they sobbed, and prayed, and kissed the hem of her garment; and the elder ones poured forth words of endearment, mingled in prayers and blessings, after the manner of their susceptible race.
Emotionally he was lonely and this for him was always a very susceptible mood.
And it may be that the consequent preoccupation of the educated class during its most susceptible years -upon the Chinese classics gave it a bias in favour of this traditional learning upon which it had spent so much time and energy.
His susceptible mind had been greatly impressed by the cunning, cruelty, audacity, and ambition of Csar Borgia, the Duke of Valentino, in whose camp he had spent some months as an envoy.