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Definition of "docility" [do•cil•i•ty]

  • The quality of being docile. (noun)

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Use "docility" in a sentence
  • "Their rebellion in MP turns out to be pointless, since they are the last group who could hope to rebel — docility is in their bones."
  • "They still have so much need to learn from others and for many docility is a difficult virtue."
  • "Peoples who heretofore were content to stand aside in docility, from now on will start demanding participation in business and government."