EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TEACHABLE
Virtue is no sooner discovered to be teachable, than the discovery follows that it is not taught.
She was quite a little lady, so gentle, teachable, and well mannered.
I see it does indeed need to be approached in a teachable spirit.
Nor does Protagoras deny that men are teachable and modifiable.
Yet there are opposing reasons, showing that it cannot be teachable.
I call him Mega-ergaton docile, 'the teachable great-worker.'
It is trying to help the farmer, and it begins with the most teachable point—the child.
In this spirit agriculture is divided into its teachable units.
Only be teachable, and you have already made much way in this philosophy.
She was willing and teachable and grateful for every kind word said to her.