cap-, cip-, capt-, cept-, ceive, -ceipt, -ceit, -cipient

(Latin: catch, seize, take, take hold of, receive, contain, hold; caught, taken prisoner)

Don't confuse the words in this cap-, cip- unit with those in the capit-, capt-, "head; leader, chief", or "first" unit of words.

susceptible (adjective), more susceptible, most susceptible
1. Easily influenced or affected by something: Some teenagers are sometimes very susceptible to new ways of thinking or of behaving in ways that are unacceptable.
2. Especially sensitive; highly impressionable: Little Joey was highly susceptible to colds and had to wear warm clothing and to avoid being cold at all times.
A reference to being easily responsive to or affected by something or someone.
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Relating to readily yielding or being sensitive to some other force or condition.
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unacceptable (adjective), more unacceptable, most unacceptable
Liable to be disapproved of and not pleasing or welcome: Jack's behavior in school was so unacceptable, that he was not only sent to the principal's office, but was sent home immediately.

Floyd's handwriting was so unacceptable that Mrs. Thompson couldn't decipher it, so he had to do his homework again under his teacher's supervision.

unexceptionable (adjective), more unexceptionable, most unexceptionable
Not susceptible to reproach or objection: After the recital, the audience applauded and the critics commented on Mary's unexceptionable and faultless interpretation of Bach's Invention No. 1.
unprincipled (adjective), more unprincipled, most unprincipled
Lacking principles or moral scruples; unscrupulous: unprincipled behavior.
viviperception (s) (noun), viviperceptions (pl)
Observation of the vital processes in an organism without the aid of vivisection.