Docility

Do*cil"i*ty

(?), n. [L. docilitas, fr. docilis: cf. F. docilit.] 1. teachableness; aptness for being taught; docibleness. [Obs. or R.]
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2. Willingness to be taught; tractableness.
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The humble docility of little children is, in the New Testament, represented as a necessary preparative to the reception of the Christian faith.
Beattie.
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