Receptivity

Antonyms of RECEPTIVITY

Examples of usage:

  1. With more education, and perhaps more receptivity than most farmers, he had married a woman he fervently loved, whose rarely truthful nature, to which she had striven to keep true, had developed the delicate flower of moral and social refinement; and her influence upon him had been of the eternal sort. "Home Again" by George MacDonald
  2. I can at any rate be impartial; and do but fix your eyes on the sunlight striking him and swallowing the day in rounding him, and you have an image of the passive receptivity of shine and shade I hold it good to aim at, if at the same time I may keep my characters at blood- heat. "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith" by George Meredith
  3. I was drinking in his marvelous elucidations with the receptivity of all my faculties- mind, heart, soul. "Autobiography of a YOGI" by Paramhansa Yogananda
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