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use "receptive" in a sentence

In the silent era, with English actor Charlie Chaplin its biggest star, audiences were receptive to films from all nations.

Early appeals to the Home Secretary were all rejected, until Sir Robert Peel became the Home Secretary, when they finally got a receptive audience.


poverty rates rose to 6 percent at the end of the decade before beginning to recede.

At this end of the car, there was almost always a lounge where passengers could enjoy the view as they watch the track rapidly recede into the distance.

This may result in the perception of the sky itself as a comparatively flat or only gently curving surface in which objects moving towards the horizon always recede away from us.

Jerry outruns the balls by hiding underneath the ball-eject lane, and the balls recede into it.

At Naak, the tribe was gathering their things to slightly higher ground as the tide began to recede towards camp.

No amount of prosecution could thus force him to recede a single step.

In season 3, Michael was firmly in charge again, though the sibling rivalry and family interference did not completely recede.

This led to a deadly situation of waiting for the storm to finally recede.

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