tractable[ trak-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF tractable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRACTABLE
Flagg found him a tractable sitter, and a most interesting one.
Under the eye of his master he is the most tractable of all beings.
The Alseas are not so tractable, and exhibit but little desire for improvement.
Do you mean that her schoolmistress does not find her tractable?
She tendered her now tractable guest a second cup of coffee.
About once a month the man is sweet and tractable and engaging.
She could hardly believe her senses—so good-natured and tractable had he invariably been.
"'Tractable' isn't just the word I'd ever apply to Prescott," he answered dryly.
Let me augur that a disorder so tractable may be soon removed.
“A most interesting occupation,” said the tractable old gentleman.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TRACTABLE
- go along with
- in accord with
- in favor
- in the mood