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He was almost absolutely unamenable to the Hospital regulations and on that account had to be frequently reprimanded.STUDIES IN FORENSIC PSYCHIATRYBERNARD GLUECK
When a patient who showed himself unamenable was met with the shout: 'What are you doing?GROUP PSYCHOLOGY AND THE ANALYSIS OF THE EGOSIGMUND FREUD
"Two days," replied Frieda sullenly, unamenable to sympathy which offered no immediate surcease of pain.MRS. BALFAMEGERTRUDE FRANKLIN HORN ATHERTON
But then Sutton proved provokingly unamenable to Felicia's kind designs upon him.CHRONICLES OF DUSTYPOREHENRY STEWART CUNNINGHAM
The young wild-cats are by far the most intractable—perfect fiends of savage fury, quite unamenable to civilisation.UNEXPLORED SPAINABEL CHAPMAN
Antonyms: unamenable, unaccountable, disobedient, insubmissive.PUTNAM'S WORD BOOKLOUIS A. FLEMMING
Unamenable to influence, reflect their country, I suppose; but lovers of music.THE THREE BLACK PENNYSJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
The women were proving so unamenable to his excellent reasoning.THE JERVAISE COMEDYJ. D. BERESFORD
It belongs to some one else, and therefore is unamenable to discipline.THE CRUSHED FLOWER AND OTHER STORIESLEONID ANDREYEV

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