Synonym: conformable, responsive, tractable. Similar words: enable, unable, sustainable, amendment, in the name of, able, cable, table. Meaning: [ə'miːnəbl] adj. 1. disposed or willing to comply 2. readily reacting to suggestions and influences 3. open to being acted upon in a certain way 4. liable to answer to a higher authority.
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1, She was always a very amenable child.
2, I find him amenable to argument.
3, The manager was most amenable: nothing was too much trouble.
4, His scientific discoveries are amenable to the laws of physics.
5, She might be more amenable to the idea if you explained how much money it would save.
6, Such conditions may be amenable to medical intervention.
7, The Jordanian leader seemed amenable to attending a conference.
8, They had three very amenable children.
9, She'll be amenable to any sensible suggestions.
10, He is amenable to reason.
11, He seemed most amenable to my idea.
12, This case is not amenable to the normal rules.
13, You should find him amenable to reasonable arguments.
14, Young people are more amenable than older citizens to the idea of immigration.
15, He is proud that his wife is amenable to reason.
16, 'Hamlet' is the least amenable of all Shakespeare's plays to being summarized.
17, He is not amenable to insidious influence.
18, Is it amenable to psychotherapy or gene therapy?
19, Not all jobs are amenable to flexible scheduling.
20, The administration is amenable to a compromise.
21, The Germanic mind is highly amenable to the belief in correspondences between the Universe and Man - between microcosm and macrocosm.
22, The amenable supporter who changes his allegiance with each new king.
23, Such conditions may be much more amenable to medical intervention than chronic conditions.
24, But others were both less recent and less amenable to resolution.
25, More amenable land had become available and J.H. Taylor was commissioned to design the course still largely extant.
26, Carbohydrate replenishment Your body is most amenable to replenishing muscle glycogen in those first few hours after exercising.
27, Do you think the new manager will prove more amenable to our proposals?
28, And what do we know about childhood determinants of adult disorder which might be amenable to preventive intervention?
29, But there is another side to the substance abuse equation that may make it less amenable to interventions.
30, Generally, however,[http://sentencedict.com/amenable.html] they must have been concerned to persuade him to become an amenable ruler.
More similar words: enable, unable, sustainable, amendment, in the name of, able, cable, table, menagerie, tournament, affable, tableau, be able to, bearable, disabled, reliable, variable, vegetable, suitable, fundamental, comparable, available, agreeable, favorable, on the table, remarkable, inevitable, insatiable, tablespoon, acceptable.