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receptive
Capable of receiving.
Ready or willing to receive favorably
Of or relating to the skills of listening and reading.
cept=take
incipient
Beginning to exist or appear
cip=take
percipient
Having the power of perceiving, especially perceiving keenly and readily.
cip=take
anticipate
Foresee
Deal with or use in advance
Pay a debt before it is due
cip=take
susceptible
Easily influenced or affected
Likely to be affected
Especially sensitive; highly impressionable.
Permitting an action to be performed; capable of undergoing
cept=take
conception
The ability to form or understand mental concepts and abstractions.
Something conceived in the mind; a concept, plan, design, idea, or thought.
cept=take
conceit
A favorable and especially excessively high opinion of one's own abilities or worth.
An ingenious or witty turn of phrase or thought.
A fanciful poetic image, especially an elaborate or exaggerated comparison.
A poem or passage consisting of such an image.
The result of intellectual activity; a thought or an opinion.
A fanciful thought or idea.
A fancy article; a knickknack.
An extravagant, fanciful, and elaborate construction or structure
ceit=take
exceptionable
Open or liable to objection or debate; objectionable or debatable.
cept=take
emancipate
liberate, release a child from control of parents or a guardian
cip=take
precept
A rule or principle prescribing a particular course of action or conduct.
An authorized direction or order; a writ.
cept=take
congenial
Having the same tastes, habits, or temperament; sympathetic
friendly and sociable
agreeable
gen=birth/race/kind