easily influenced

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'The girl has strong affections, and brought up as she has been, may, at her age, be easily influenced and persuaded.
The rebuffs that he had met at the hands of men, both black and white, had had their effect upon his mind while yet it was in a formative state, and easily influenced.
"In fact," he said, as he was about to mount and start on his dangerous mission, "Athos, for generosity, is a hero of romance; Porthos has an excellent disposition, but is easily influenced; Aramis has a hieroglyphic countenance, always illegible.
Unlike cricket's governing body, the ICC, which rarely shows any spine on contentious issues and is easily influenced by some quarters, the ITF deserves a lot of credit for not bowing to repeated requests and demands from the All India Tennis Association to shift the Davis Cup tie from Islamabad to a neutral venue.
Hence, the palace calls on the people and media practitioners not to be easily influenced by the dissemination of unverified information on the social media.
The service life and product quality of these materials can be easily influenced by relatively low exposure to ozone.
The masses are easily influenced and are obsessed with good looks.
"I think that he is very easily influenced and I think it is quite insulting a lot of the stuff he is saying," Platell stated.
"This is absolutely harmful to anyone who is easily influenced by societal pressures."
Demi continued saying, "This is absolutely harmful to anyone who is easily influenced by societal pressures put on us from the diet culture to constantly be losing weight in a world that teaches us to equate our value and worth with the way we look and especially anyone in recovery from an eating disorder."
British military recruiters are targeting working-class young people who like risk, are easily influenced and are poor at money management, a briefing document for a glossy army advertising campaign suggests.
class="MsoNormalThey are in millions and easily influenced by politicians to help them tip the ballot in their favour.