docile definition

  • adjective:
    • prepared and happy to be taught; teachable.
    • prepared and happy to be taught; teachable.
    • Yielding to direction, course, or management; tractable.
    • Yielding to supervision, direction, or administration; tractable.
    • Yielding to regulate or guidance, way, or management.
    • Yielding to regulate or guidance, course, or administration.
    • prepared accept instruction or course.
    • prepared to accept training or way.
    • Teachable; easy to show; docible.
    • Teachable; easy to teach; docible.
    • Disposed to be taught; tractable; quickly managed.
    • Disposed to be taught; tractable; effortlessly handled.
    • effortlessly handled or handled
    • quickly managed or handled
    • prepared and happy to be taught
    • happy to be taught or led or monitored or directed
    • ready and willing to be taught
    • willing to be taught or led or monitored or directed
    • Ready and happy to be taught; teachable.
    • Yielding to supervision, path, or management; tractable.
    • Yielding to manage or direction, direction, or administration.
    • Ready to take instruction or course.
    • Teachable; simple to show; docible.
    • Disposed to be taught; tractable; quickly managed.
    • prepared and ready to be taught; teachable.
    • Yielding to direction, direction, or administration; tractable.
    • Yielding to control or direction, way, or management.
    • easily handled or handled
    • ready and willing to be taught
    • prepared to be taught or led or monitored or directed
    • prepared to accept training or direction.
    • Teachable; an easy task to show; docible.
    • Disposed to-be taught; tractable; easily handled.
    • effortlessly taken care of or handled
    • ready and prepared to be taught
    • happy to be taught or led or supervised or directed
  • others:
    • Teachable; effortlessly taught; quick to understand; amenable.
    • Teachable; quickly taught; fast to understand; amenable.
    • Tractable; easily handled or handled.
    • Tractable; quickly managed or taken care of.
    • Teachable; easily taught; fast to learn; amenable.
    • Tractable; quickly handled or handled.
    • Teachable; effortlessly taught; quick to understand; amenable.
    • Tractable; quickly handled or taken care of.

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