Meaning of teachableness in English:

teachableness

Pronunciation /ˈtiːtʃəb(ə)lnəs/

noun

See teachable

‘According to his preface to the Psalms commentary, Calvin was suddenly converted to teachableness, not to interiority.’
  • ‘If authority is too rigid on the one hand or teachableness lacking on the other, the result is chaos.’
  • ‘Search the Scriptures with the teachableness of a little child and thy labour will not be in vain.’
  • ‘So teachableness is necessary and teachableness and docility are both included in prudence.’
  • ‘Meekness or teachableness enables us to be taught of God.’