The Collaborative International Dictionary
Passible \Pas"si*ble\, a. [L. passibilis, fr. pati, to suffer: cf. F. passible. See Passion.] Susceptible of feeling or suffering, or of impressions from external agents.
Apolinarius, which held even deity itself passible.
a. 1 (context chiefly theology English) Able to suffer, or feel pain. 2 Able to feel emotion. 3 Capable of suffering injury or detriment. 4 Liable to experience change or decay.
Usage examples of "passible".
Passion was consummated in a body that still had a passible nature, which is known to all by general laws: consequently His Passion could be directly manifested to all.