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impressionable

  
  
Someone who is impressionable, usually a young person, is not very critical and is therefore easy to influence.      adj  
The law is intended to protect young and impressionable viewers.     
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impressionable

  
  
feeling, gullible, ingenuous, open, receptive, responsive, sensitive, suggestible, susceptible, vulnerable  
  
Antonyms     
   blasé, hardened, insensitive, jaded, unresponsive  

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