Meaning of amenability in English:

amenability

Pronunciation /əmiːnəˈbɪlɪti/

noun

See amenable

‘It was this Jesuit amenability to incorporating pre-existing non-Christian beliefs and practises in their efforts at conversion that was causing Rome in this same period to censure the order in India and China.’
  • ‘Instead, it is employed as a resource for stabilizing defendants, particularly during the early phases of treatment, and for increasing amenability to treatment.’
  • ‘These are interesting because of their low prices, and their amenability to living in your home entertainment center.’
  • ‘The survival of political machines usually rested on the amenability of federal supervisors.’