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  • If we can catch her at home perhaps she will be more amenable to reason. Cited from Grace Harlowe's Sophomore Year at High School, by Jessie Graham Flower
  • I will only add that you will find me amenable to reason. Cited from The Gun-Brand, by James B. Hendryx
  • There was nothing she should not have, if she would only be amenable to reason. Cited from The Golden Lion of Granpere, by Trollope
  • More than one woman sat alone and these were amenable enough. Cited from Sleeping Fires: A Novel, by Gertrude Atherton
  • Every one of the little boys became more or less amenable to his influence, and among them. Cited from Eric, by Frederic William Farrar
  • Nor were their leaders much more amenable to management than themselves. Cited from Life of Lord Byron, With his Letters and Journals, Vol. 6, ed. by Moore
  • Those who are amenable to the laws should have a voice in making the laws. Cited from Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume VIII, by Robert Green Ingersoll
  • You will mostly find old women amenable, if you get at them by way of their dignity. Cited from Blind Love, by Wilkie Collins
  • All such persons shall be amenable to the laws of this kingdom as native subjects.
  • He had shown himself amenable to reason at the last moment. Cited from The Northern Light, by E. Werner
  • Why are they not amenable to the laws of the foreign state? Cited from The Government Class Book, by Andrew W. Young
  • You can but prepare him to be a little more amenable to the next girl. Cited from From a Girl's Point of View, by Lilian Bell
  • And who knows if the departed may not be more amenable to good influence then, than now? Cited from Love's Final Victory, by Horatio
  • As soon as we joined the fleet we became amenable to fleet discipline. Cited from A Gunner Aboard the "Yankee", by Russell Doubleday
  • Most early programming was performed in very amenable and complete assembly code.
  • Who can feel himself amenable to a moral law, without at the same time thinking of its Author? Cited from Sermons to the Natural Man, by William G.T. Shedd
  • You shall find me in that, as in all other matters, perfectly amenable to reason. Cited from Capitola The Madcap, by Emma D. E. N. Southworth
  • He does not wait for your orders, nor, indeed, seems to be very amenable to them. Cited from The Actress in High Life, by Sue Petigru Bowen
  • Over the years, languages in general have proved amenable to this kind of analysis.
  • I will not stand amenable before God for crime like this. Cited from The Harvest of Years, by Martha Lewis Beckwith Ewell
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