amenability amenability

Definition(s):

  • (n) the trait of being cooperative

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. The Israelis, in an equally sudden access of amenability, announced that they had withdrawn two brigadesabout 6,000 menfrom the Sinai peninsula.
  2. The discipline of the majority had little to do with this startling amenability of the House.
  3. In the Russo-Iranian treaty Gavam had indicated a high decree of amenability.

News

  1. Teen: Girls planned to burn woman in trunk

    A teenage boy says he was joyriding in a stolen car with its elderly owner in the trunk when two teen girls proposed burning the car with the woman still locked inside. Phillip Brewer, 17, took the stand during a reverse amenability hearing for Junia McDonald, 14, at Sussex County Superior Courthouse in Georgetown. Phillip and Junia were arrested in March, along with Jackeline Perez, 15, and ...
    on September 20, 2013     Source: Cape Gazette

  2. Teen says girls planned to burn woman in stolen car

    A teenage boy says he was joyriding in a stolen car with its elderly owner in the trunk when two teen girls proposed burning the car with the woman still locked inside. Phillip Brewer, 17, took the stand during a reverse amenability hearing for Junia McDonald, 14, at Sussex County Superior Courthouse in Georgetown. Phillip and Junia were arrested in March, along with Jackeline Perez, 15, and ...
    on September 20, 2013     Source: Cape Gazette

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