Definition of amenably in English:

amenably

adverb

  • See amenable

    • ‘I froze in horror as I saw that Gabriel had already found my grandparents, and was sitting with them, chatting amenably.’
    • ‘His blandness makes him an amenably malleable subject for a novelist, and Sten Nadolny has taken full advantage of this licence.’
    • ‘Both are amenably superfluous; neither will replace Bernard Taper's standard biography, or even Richard Buckle's later book, and neither seems to want to.’

Pronunciation

amenably

/-blē/