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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbiddablebid‧da‧ble /ˈbɪdəbəl/ adjective  WILLINGwilling to do what you are told without arguing
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biddableLucinda was tall and beautiful, and most times obedient and biddable.Men are seen as the enemy and are fought through re-education away from the colonialist ideas that women should be quiet and biddable.She found Hyacinth, placid and biddable, an agreeable playmate and Mada Joyce a fine source of entertainment.Most professionals were a deferential, biddable lot.Valerie was the most biddable of daughters.For years she'd been so meek, so biddable to this man, and all for what?
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