The definition of amenable is someone who is agreeable or willing to be persuaded.(adjective)
An example of someone who may be amenable is a newly hired intern who is eager to do a good job and be well-liked.
See amenable in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: Anglo-Fr < OFr amener, to bring about, lead in < a-, to + mener, to lead < L minare, to drive (animals) < minari, to threaten: see menace
See amenable in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Probably alteration of Middle English menable
Origin: , from Old French
Origin: , from mener, to lead
Origin: , from Latin mināre, to drive
Origin: , from minārī, to threaten
Origin: , from minae, threats; see men-2 in Indo-European roots.
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