Thesaurus / amenability

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What’s more, businesses that are cutting costs during a recession are less amenable to additional spending on software when they can lean on the contracts they already have.
Smith has two years left on his deal, but with no more guaranteed salary after this season, the cost of moving on from him would be more amenable, if the team chose to do so.
If you’ve been with a vendor for a few years, you may find that they’re more amenable to offering you such flexibility.
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If the Democrats made a space for pro-lifers or people who are concerned about nonsensical gun control, I could be way more amenable to everything else.
In the northern hemisphere, where spring and summer have been the backdrop of the pandemic so far, the weather has been generally amenable.
The great issue was the amenability of the clergy to the civil tribunals.
Sulkiness at being thus thwarted replaced her earlier attempt at amenability.
Because of his amenability the Alimentive can marry almost any type and be happy.
HOW TO ANALYZE PEOPLE ON SIGHTELSIE LINCOLN BENEDICT AND RALPH PAINE BENEDICT
Until the clansmen had opened and aired the festering sores of their grievances there lay in them no hope of amenability.
THE TEMPERINGCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Slowly Tom rose and went, prodded into amenability by the muzzle of a rifle in the small of his back.
WHEN 'BEAR CAT' WENT DRYCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK

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