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synonyms for compliable

  • abject
  • beggarly
  • complacent
  • compliant
  • cringing
  • crouching
  • deferential
  • enslaved
  • fawning
  • flattering
  • ingratiating
  • menial
  • obeisant
  • oily
  • parasitic
  • parasitical
  • prostrate
  • respectful
  • servile
  • slavish
  • sneaking
  • sniveling
  • spineless
  • stipendiary
  • subject
  • submissive
  • subordinate
  • subservient
  • sycophantic
  • toadying
  • unctuous
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antonyms for compliable

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  • arrogant
  • assertive
  • brazen
  • confident
  • presumptuous
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How to use compliable in a sentence

Mr. Wheler was taken off,—despair perhaps rendering the man, who had been in opposition futilely before, compliable.
THE WORKS OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE EDMUND BURKE, VOL. X. (OF 12)EDMUND BURKE
You must send me no more letters: but a compliable one you may send.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 1 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
Why, my dear, it is possible, that you may be more compliable than you have been.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 2 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO COMPLIABLE

  • abject
  • beggarly
  • complacent
  • compliable
  • compliant
  • cringing
  • crouching
  • deferential
  • enslaved
  • fawning
  • flattering
  • ingratiating
  • menial
  • obeisant
  • oily
  • parasitic
  • parasitical
  • prostrate
  • respectful
  • servile
  • slavish
  • sneaking
  • sniveling
  • spineless
  • stipendiary
  • subject
  • submissive
  • subordinate
  • subservient
  • sycophantic
  • toadying
  • unctuous
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.