amenable

[ uh-mee-nuh-buhl, uh-men-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF amenable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AMENABLE

They will require a little wine, to mellow the austerity of age, and make them amenable to the laws.

Philip, finding her so amenable, tried to discuss their future plans.

They were amenable to no civil laws, and recognized none but those of the church.

To what extent this fish is amenable to the influences of temperature is an unsolved problem.

Both these men were amenable to the influence of verbal suggestions.

After all, what an amenable, unexacting sort of thing a blizzard was!

David, who was nothing if not amenable, cheerfully acceded to this arrangement.

If we break into the house and find nothing, we shall be amenable to the law.

They were amenable only to the Pope and to their own superiors.

A fortiori, then, was he not amenable to the censure of the House?

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