Affectible


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Af`fect´i`ble


a.1.That may be affected.
Lay aside the absolute, and, by union with the creaturely, become affectible.
- Coleridge.
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64) "Excellence," therefore, "makes something either unaffected or affectible in a certain way, but flaw affectible or contrarily unaffected.
suggests that we should consider more carefully the words that conclude its discussion of bodily excellence: "Excellence makes something either unaffected or affectible in a certain way, but flaw affectible or contrarily unaffected.