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susceptibility
used in Wuthering Heights

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Definition the degree to which one is easily influenced, harmed, or impressed emotionally
  • Mr. Heathcliff, I believe, had not treated him physically ill; thanks to his fearless nature, which offered no temptation to that course of oppression: he had none of the timid susceptibility that would have given zest to ill-treatment, in Heathcliff s judgment.
    Chapter 18 (81% in)

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