pervious [pur-vee-uh s]
1. admitting of passage or entrance; permeable: pervious soil.
2. open or accessible to reason, feeling, argument, etc.
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Origin: 1605-15; < Latin pervius passable, equivalent to per- per- + vi(a) way, road + -us adj. suffix; see -ous
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