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British pronunciation/səsˈɛptəbə‍l/
American pronunciation/səˈsɛptəbəɫ/
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easily affected by external factors

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tending to let their emotions strongly change their views, opinions and decisions

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Lindsey's susceptible nature meant she could be persuaded by sales tactics focused on feelings of status over needs.
Debate outcomes were influenced more by susceptible voters guided by passion instead of prudent policy assessments.
As a susceptible individual, John was easily swayed by emotive political advertisements.
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Delicate plants are susceptible to frost.
Older computer systems tend to be more susceptible to viruses and malware than newer ones with updated security software.
Patients undergoing chemotherapy are advised to avoid live virus vaccines as their immune systems are more susceptible to active infections during treatment.
The crown of a tooth can be susceptible to cavities and decay.
Without proper maintenance, old wooden structures are susceptible to spontaneously burning down.
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