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He was a biddable boy, and went on without further question.
JUDITH SHAKESPEAREWILLIAM BLACK
The girl obeyed implicitly, "as if she were a good, biddable child," thought Jim.
THE STOLEN SINGERMARTHA IDELL FLETCHER BELLINGER
And Art was always good and biddable with her; never gave any back-talk, or was contrary.
CANDLE AND CRIBK. F. PURDON
He is biddable and humble now, and will be more so presently; in a kind of transition state, he is.
A PESSIMISTROBERT TIMSOL
Whether this was so or not, it is certain that she was as docile and as biddable as need be.
AN OPEN-EYED CONSPIRACYW. D. HOWELLS
Francis knew which ones were biddable and he kept them to heel.
MAKERSCORY DOCTOROW
He was a peculiarly biddable and discreet bird, and when he got a hint he always took it.
THE STORY OF A DEWDROPJ. R. MACDUFF
Richard might marry—ought to marry—a pretty, biddable girl like Cora Scott.
BASIL EVERMANELSIE SINGMASTER
Not yourself could be more biddable than that poor crazy Queen was, once she got wonted to me and the place.
HILDEGARDE'S HOLIDAYLAURA E. RICHARDS
In all wise are these men tame and biddable, save that they rage against the Dusky Men, though they fear them yet.
THE ROOTS OF THE MOUNTAINSWILLIAM MORRIS
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