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Adjective: docile  dó-sul [N. Amer], 'dow,sI(-u)l [Brit]
  1. Willing to be taught, led, supervised or directed
    "the docile masses of an enslaved nation"
  2. Ready and willing to be taught
    "docile pupils eager for instruction";
    - teachable
  3. Easily handled or managed
    "a gentle old horse, docile and obedient";
    - gentle

See also: educable, manipulable, manipulatable, meek, obedient, sheepish, sheeplike, tame, tamed, tractable, yielding

Antonym: obstinate, unteachable