Definition of susceptibly in US English:

susceptibly

adverb

  • See susceptible

    • ‘He is a long way from the kind of dashing, susceptibly young, occasionally moody, romantic hero whom readers of 1836 might have expected to have been shaped by culture associated with the recently deceased Byron and Scott.’
    • ‘Add to this my natural charm, and magnetic personality, and unforced modesty, and it's slightly surprising no Latin American had fallen susceptibly for my charms sooner.’

Pronunciation

susceptibly

/-blē/