docility

[ dos-uhl; British doh-sahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF docility

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Nature has provided for this by evolving the instinct of docility.

He helped his sister with blind love and docility in her household duties.

He had been early trained to gentleness, docility, and goodness.

The team was purely American—that is to say, almost human in its intelligence and docility.

This secret of success was was only to be won by the development of a temper, a spirit of docility.

Docility, as I have pointed out elsewhere, is one of the marks of genius.

They reap the rewards of the docility and zeal of the masses which they direct.

And he had been a good soldier as he had been a good son, because of his docility and his strength.

"I did not tell you to come back," she said, amused at his docility.

My lovely guest was irresistible; I answered her questions with the docility of a child.

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