amenably


amenably
amenable ADJECTIVE 1) willing to respond to persuasion or suggestions. 2) (amenable to) capable of being acted on.
DERIVATIVES amenability noun amenably adverb.
ORIGIN from Old French amener 'bring to' , from Latin minari 'threaten' .

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  • Amenably — A*me na*bly, adv. In an amenable manner. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • amenably — adverb see amenable …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • amenable — amenability, amenableness, n. amenably, adv. /euh mee neuh beuhl, euh men euh /, adj. 1. ready or willing to answer, act, agree, or yield; open to influence, persuasion, or advice; agreeable; submissive; tractable: an amenable servant. 2. liable… …   Universalium