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teachable

(tēch′ă-bĕl)
1. Receptive to learning.
2. Ready to learn.
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Catherine Morland, in Jane Austen's pretty example, has a disposition of teachableness, but it is not part of her individuality or her temperament, which we need to distinguish.
He notes that none of the other "simiadae [can] pretend to such a place, narrowly and imperfectly endowed as these creatures are"; (20) that "the intelligence and teachableness of the simiadae rise to a climax in [humanity's] pre-eminent mental nature" (p.
And secondly, as a result of this hostile criticism, Wells turned his attention to further research in order to understand more fully the potential for social policy and the teachableness of even the poorest, least educated members of society.