Etymology
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impressionable (adj.)

"susceptible to (mental) impressions," 1827, from French impressionable (earliest English examples are in French translations and settings); see impression + -able. Related: Impressionability (1831). Earlier was impressible (1620s).

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Definitions of impressionable

impressionable (adj.)
easily impressed or influenced;
an impressionable youngster
an impressionable age
Synonyms: waxy / impressible
From wordnet.princeton.edu