Definitions of "amenable"
  1. Having the responsibility to respond to legal obligations or regulations
  2. Being naturally suitable or appropriate in a given situation
  3. Being willing to concede, cooperate, or submit readily
How to use "amenable" in a sentence
  1. The employer is amenable to the laws about safe working conditions.
  2. The changes to the property were amenable to the zoning requirements.
  3. The manager was amenable to making immediate improvements in response to the inspection.

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