What is the noun for affectibility?

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  1. The act of affecting or acting upon.
  2. The state of being affected.
  3. An attribute; a quality or property; a condition
  4. An emotion; a feeling or natural impulse acting upon and swaying the mind
  5. A feeling of love or strong attachment.
  6. (medicine) Disease; morbid symptom; malady.
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  8. Examples:
    1. “And I think about that so often, because of the universality of people's love and affection for their dads.”
      “His affection for music transcends most others, and his creative force shows no sign of slowing.”
      “He has traced it, he says, as an affection common to Europe, in the works of various writers up to the year 1596.”
  1. (obsolete) One's mood or inclination; mental state. [14th-17th c.]
  2. (obsolete) A desire, an appetite. [16th-17th c.]
  3. (psychology) A subjective feeling experienced in response to a thought or other stimulus; mood, emotion, especially as demonstrated in external physical signs. [from 19th c.]
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  1. An attempt to assume or exhibit what is not natural or real; false display; artificial show.
  2. An unusual mannerism.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “It would be a presumptuous affectation of confidence on my part if I did not confess how sensibly I am, at this moment, impressed with this feeling.”
      “The short, curled tail feathers are a unique affectation of this species.”
      “It is most certainly distorted by the prism of your own affectation and ignorance.”
  1. Ability to experience affects: feelings, emotions, judgement, motivations, etc.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Different terms and words have different affectivity depending on the market.”
      “Negative affectivity is a general sense of dissatisfaction across time and situation.”
      “Such exposures resulted in decreased verbal attention, visual memory, motoricity, and affectivity.”
  1. The quality, state, or condition of being affectionless.
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  1. A person who affects to know something or to be something.
  1. The state or quality of being affected.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “They're slight to say the least and ordinary-looking to the point of affectedness.”
      “The formality and scale of her attire, her pose, and her lack of affectedness suggest class and gender and also hyperbole and overstatement.”
      “She had no affectedness anywhere, but was as natural as are all the girls of her generation.”
  1. One who exhibits affectation.
  1. The property of being affective.
  1. Someone affected, as by a disease.
  1. One who, or that which, is affected.
  1. plural of affectationist
  1. plural of affectation
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  3. Examples:
    1. “In person, the Libertines charm rather than irritate, because all their eccentricities and affectations are clearly so deeply felt.”
      “Green plays softball with James's affectations, while Culkin minces through a selection of costume changes.”
      “He may ladle on the mannered affectations but they're laced with a really spiky humour.”
  1. plural of affected
  1. plural of affectee
  2. Examples:
    1. “Abdul Kadir Toran said Turk people were with earthquake affectees of Pakistan.”
      “Army troops also shifted flood affectees from Usta Mohammad to Dera Murad Jamali, Sibbi and Dodder through 40 military trucks in last 24 hours.”
      “On the other hand, Shashkat affectees demanded the government shift them to the camps set up for the internally displaced people in Hunza.”
  1. plural of affecter
  1. plural of affect
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