English words and Examples of Usage

use "amenable" in a sentence

The Insight is geared towards health and more amenable to everyday use.

Hot, moist environments are most amenable to mosquito growth and survival, Harrison said.

If conditions stay amenable to a hike, it will mark thebeginning of a new era for investors.

Some animals are easier to tame than others, and are amenable to domestication.

They proved more amenable and cheaper to the public.

Bio-agents may be amenable to weaponizat

ion to render them easier to deploy or disseminate.

They were so far amenable to human control that it was possible to take their increase without destroying the stock.

However, she becomes more amenable after SG-1 unco

vers a Goa'uld spy amongst the Tok'ra ranks and helps them escape an attack.

Passages in which the Buddha criticizes those who talk about things not amenable to experience are quite common in the early texts.

Even rural,

conservative states like Kentucky are suddenly becoming amenable to a treatment-first view.

Truck stops are even more amenable to overnight sleeping, with the added benefit of showers and hot food for sale.

What data won'

t tell us Many important questions are simply not amenable to quantitative analysis, and never will be.

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