“That`s right, he`s right, my children,” Beauchene said, docile. But for all that they were docile, satisfied and, within their limits, not unhappy. Florent was forced to give up the hope of a docile disciple of Claude. As long as the shops were transported in the boats, the Indians were cheerful and docile and easy to manage. Children are docile, obedient and caring and more accessible to religious principles. “docile students awaiting instruction”; As a mother, and a rebellious former teenager in my docile way, I know this story is much more complicated than the headlines. It was as consistent and docile as all those I saw came to an institution, we hope that the day will come when justice will be done to these families and to the victims who were killed. “As docile as Daisy” could have been a proverb in the neighborhood, as this vision of her nature was general. The tabloids are calling for Kate Middleton to be as docile as Jane Seymour, whose personal motto was “Bound to obey and serve.” Docile students can make teaching much easier. Today, the term “docile” of students indicates that they are not disruptors. But it`s not just good behavior that connects Docility to learning.
The initial meaning of “docile” is more to the point: “easily absorb something scholarly.” “The docile spirit will soon know your commandments,” Ben Jonson said in a translation by the 17th-century Roman poet Horace. “Docile” comes from the Latin doctére, which means “teaching.” Other descendants of “docére” are “doctrine” (which is “something that is taught”), “document” (the first meaning was “teaching”) and “doctor” and “teacher” (both can refer to college professors). We regret that the representative of the United States and his docile allies continue to introduce into this forum issues that are not part of the CD`s mandate, it is not a forum for putschists. The middle classes “, said One Day Satyarthi to the BBC, want “an cheap and docile job. Carrico recalls that, on that first day, the detainees were in fact compliant and docile. A horse that is docile and invites obedience can be guided by the slightest movement of the reins. She had been a docile student, but she was not able to make any real progress. It was like, “Help me, help me.” It was completely docile and touch it. There are only (lay people) there. With their sick benevolence and tenderness, they had turned me into a docile brutality. And so docile that some of them must obey an order before they understand it! In captivity, they are calm and insulting, docile and silent, and shortly after their capture, they may be tired of going abroad. She also has a more natural face than that of docile serenity, so often granted to the Queen of Heaven.
Bars put the prophet in his arms, recoiled while Dulcie arranged the docile cat, and then retreated to his canvas. obedient, docile, agile, accessible means under the will of another. Obedience involves meeting the requirements or requirements of an authority delegate. Obedience to government implies a predisposition to willingly submit to control or leadership. a docile child with a character that allows easy handling or management. Accessible animals that appropriate suggest a willingness to give in or work together because you want to be pleasant or because you have naturally opened your mind. it was not used among its docile Canadians for a speech like this. This sweet, docile, emotional little sheep was not a Seguin, she often noticed. A state that overshadows its men so that they can be more docile instruments in their hands, even for useful purposes, will discover that with small men, it is not possible to accomplish great things. I think people think it`s that docile thing, but you`re dealing with an extremely athletic animal that can do what it wants very quickly.