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Amenable

Amenable

Willing to yield or submit; responsive; tractable. Origin: Old French “amener”, meaning “bring to”; a- from Latin ad, meaning “to” and “mener”, from late Latin “minare”,  to drive animals (properly by threatening cries)


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