biddable

[ bid-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF biddable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIDDABLE

Whether this was so or not, it is certain that she was as docile and as biddable as need be.

Francis knew which ones were biddable and he kept them to heel.

He was a biddable boy, and went on without further question.

No one, I was assured on all hands, objects to the biddable Chinaman.

Barbara did as he commanded with the expression of a biddable child.

"Look how biddable he was about goin' back to the Works," she continued.

His proud owner thought there could be few dogs in all the world so biddable as this.

He was a biddable enough beast, and, being a little deaf, he knew not fear.

The city-folk had stars of their own; biddable, domesticated stars.

In all wise are these men tame and biddable, save that they rage against the Dusky Men, though they fear them yet.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BIDDABLE

tamer

adjectivedomesticated, compliant
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