Definition of Receptible. Meaning of Receptible. Synonyms of Receptible

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Definition of Receptible

Receptible
Receptible Re*cep"ti*ble, a. [L. receptibilis.] Such as may be received; receivable.

Meaning of Receptible from wikipedia

- create spacial sound when in horizontal orientation. The 3.5mm headphone receptible (coll. "headphone jack") allows the immediate operation of p****ive headphones...
- resulting inflexibility to changing environments. Individuals who are less receptible, motivated and interested in sociability are likely less affected by or...
- the stomach and the nose and allows continuous drainage of bile into a receptible. It is similar to a nasogastric tube, but p****es into the common bile...
- follicle is larger. Progesterone: prevents conception and decreases ****ual receptibility of the mare to the stallion. Progesterone is therefore lowest during...
- movements such as Fluxus and Happenings in the 1970s created a climate of receptibility in regard to loose-knit organizations and group activities where spontaneity...
- that the stressor (sound, heat, or stress) conditioning increases the receptibility to glucocorticoid, a kind of anti-inflammatory hormone. The effects...
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- wrote about Sarajlija's novel: "The extraordinarily rich, exotic and receptible scenery is imbued with the carnival-like, unbridled humor that Sarajlija's...
- that music can act as a tool, or primer, to facilitate the patient's receptibility to moving across cognitive states. These different cognitive sets can...
- also testament to the typical features of the style. Finally, a clear receptibility to the land and vegetation that surround the site typifies the Melbourne...