Etymology
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susceptibility (n.)

"capability of receiving impressions or being influenced," 1640s, from Medieval Latin susceptibilitatem (nominative susceptibilitas), from Late Latin susceptibilis (see susceptible), or else a native formation from susceptible + -ity. From mid-18c. especially "mental sensitiveness, tendency to experience emotions." 

updated on September 07, 2022

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