receptiveness


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ready acceptance of often new suggestions, ideas, influences, or opinions

Synonyms for receptiveness

willingness or readiness to receive (especially impressions or ideas)

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And there is an admirable catholicity to Fernie's receptiveness to earlier schools of Shakespeare criticism (e.
The brochure also contains information on available proprietary surface treatments to achieve receptiveness to adhesive systems, product offerings and applications guidelines.
One of the things I've noticed as a trend this year, through regional film festivals here and special programs, is a real stimulation and increase in audience interest and receptiveness to alternative programming in L.
Quality decisions validate positive decision-maker reputations, increase receptiveness to serve on future decision-making groups, and heighten confidence that positive results will emanate from such decisions.
SASH, who is being brought to Belfast by David Hull Promotions, said he can't wait for the gigs because of the receptiveness of the crowds.
In a positional analysis of the markets, the competitors, the target groups and the strengths involved, keystones have been defined for the corporate identity, for example, customer focus, up-to-the-future receptiveness, individuality and globality.
In Proust, this extreme receptiveness is somewhat deceptive.
And although we have seen a heightened receptiveness of institutions to entertain construction deals, their willingness to book credits continues to be determined by stringent underwriting criteria, rather than on spreads.
But even blinding exposure will open few eyes, for receptiveness to Holocaust denial does not stem from any nuances of the argument but from the fact that the argument is made.
And Mfume is testing public receptiveness to the idea of updating the name of the NAACP: "Perhaps the National African American Coalition for Progress might be more appropriate," he suggests.
Yet this may yield a contradiction as the turn to the public may reveal a receptiveness and perhaps an indebtedness to previously extant conventions and other individuals.
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