Abby was amenable to the change in her work schedule. From LearnThat.org.
The president is amenable to the constitutional court. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Someone amenable to persuasion. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
An amenable hospitalization should not result in untimely death. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
And the White House has always believed that that would eventually occur, and occur more or less on terms amenable to both sides. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Jul 5, 2001] Reference
Newt Gingrich is "amenable" to attending, but hasn't committed yet, his spokesman said. From Wordnik.com. [Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion] Reference
In a story published in this newspaper last week, Aldridge said the city seemed "amenable" to allowing the goats and chickens. From Wordnik.com. Reference
Today, however, circumstances are proving much more amenable. From Wordnik.com. [Chávez Lives Castro's Dream] Reference
The exile community appears more amenable to engaging the island. From Wordnik.com. [Havana Spring?] Reference
Several of these are Saudi-owned and amenable to having pro-U.S. guests. From Wordnik.com. [West Wing Story: Ground Zero For Communications] Reference
Chinese leaders are not so much amenable to reason as they are to pressure. From Wordnik.com. [What To Do About China] Reference
What about older women, whose less-dense breast tissue is more amenable to mammograms?. From Wordnik.com. [The Verdict's Still Out] Reference
But they are amenable to common sense, and justice, and the general fitness of things. From Wordnik.com. [Love's Final Victory] Reference
And who knows if the departed may not be more amenable to good influence then, than now?. From Wordnik.com. [Love's Final Victory] Reference
Some of these are accessible to human requests and others are amenable to the human will. From Wordnik.com. [The Life Radiant] Reference
And Bell says he would be amenable to keeping Hefner on if Penthouse acquires the company. From Wordnik.com. [Hefner Offers To Take 'Playboy' Private] Reference
It sounds like a simple question, amenable to an answer or at least a serious conversation. From Wordnik.com. [We’re Safer Than We Think] Reference
The more common late-onset form seems more amenable to reduction, but genes still play a role. From Wordnik.com. [NOW, REDUCE YOUR RISK OF ALZHEIMER'S] Reference
So far, Colombia and Bolivia have been amenable to increasing U.S. involvement in their drug wars. From Wordnik.com. [Risky Business] Reference
The clay and wire, being both amenable to any alteration, can be beaten into shape where required. From Wordnik.com. [Practical Taxidermy A manual of instruction to the amateur in collecting, preserving, and setting up natural history specimens of all kinds. To which is added a chapter upon the pictorial arrangement of museums. With additional instructions in modelling and artistic taxidermy.] Reference
He brings positive diversity to an environment that otherwise isn't amenable to input from minorities. From Wordnik.com. [Mail Call] Reference
His actions, like phenomena of nature, were not amenable to prayers nor qualified by the price to be paid. From Wordnik.com. [An Emigrant's Hopes For China] Reference
Yet if amenable is taken to mean subject to easy manipulation, this wisecracking wise man is anything but. From Wordnik.com. [A Prophet With Attitude] Reference
Back in the mid-1990s, two British researchers measured amenable mortality in 19 industrialized countries. From Wordnik.com. [Death by bad health care] Reference
But what they have on their border is a nation that's now uniquely amenable to Iran's regional objectives. From Wordnik.com. [TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads] Reference
The president could also strive to create conditions amenable to peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians. From Wordnik.com. [Don't Count Him Out Yet] Reference
Is Iran more amenable to working with Russia and China, rather than the United States, to come to an agreement?. From Wordnik.com. [The Last Word: Javad Zarif--Finding the 'Missing Link'] Reference
Wouldn't the "rogues" in Iran prove more amenable if, simultaneously, there were to be some progress on that front?. From Wordnik.com. [MAIL CALL] Reference
The many cases benefited by those methods have been and are such as are amenable to mental healing, of whatever kind. From Wordnik.com. [Primitive Psycho-Therapy and Quackery] Reference
It's been much less amenable to responses from the Fed and in many ways a much more dramatic crisis than what we saw in the early '80s. From Wordnik.com. [Planet Money Explains Latest Economic Numbers] Reference
Ordinary contused wounds are, of course, amenable to the same treatment as compound fractures, which are a complicated variety of them. From Wordnik.com. [The Harvard Classics Volume 38 Scientific Papers (Physiology, Medicine, Surgery, Geology)] Reference
Animals, and even material things, have, and not by peoples the most primitive, been treated as rational, responsible and amenable to law. From Wordnik.com. [A Handbook of Ethical Theory] Reference
You would say such a murderer must be hopelessly selfish and brutal, amenable to none of the better sentiments of mankind, and yet it needs but. From Wordnik.com. [The Darrow Enigma] Reference
More important, Rumsfeld and his Pentagon colleagues may find that Beijing is amenable to using non-military means to get the North to stand down. From Wordnik.com. [The Chinese Puzzle] Reference
A few wise heads, including Rabi, saw that nuclear parity might make the Soviets amenable to international control and called for renewed diplomacy. From Wordnik.com. [The Atomic Bomb] Reference
In general, however, the distinction holds good; the so-called functional cases are amenable to cure by mental means, and the organic are much less so. From Wordnik.com. [Three Thousand Years of Mental Healing] Reference
The problem is, almost every tribal crisis-even one as daunting as the former Yugoslavia-seems amenable to an activist solution when analyzed in isolation. From Wordnik.com. [When Everyone's An Amateur] Reference
Mr. Hooper suggests that employees who had a newly-acquired stake in the business might be more amenable to that than have postal workers been in the past. From Wordnik.com. [Cable Posts a Capital Proposition] Reference
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