Which they would, because the Democratic caucus is already heterogeneous enough to be amenable to compromise.
And one reason no one quite has is that the moment has never been as amenable as the current one to its resonance.
Haase also seemed to be amenable to the idea, but not as open as Kohlaas.
The question for Republicans is whether it plays in places where the public is amenable to something like the Medicaid expansion.
The strategy will be to stimulate crises that will be amenable to resolution by the transfer of resources.
And then he was amenable to flattery, and few that are so are proof against the leading-strings of their flatterers.
They will require a little wine, to mellow the austerity of age, and make them amenable to the laws.
If he thinks any one is going to be amenable to it, he talks to them quietly; if not, he only behaves affectionately to them.
Philip, finding her so amenable, tried to discuss their future plans.
Nurse was a foreigner, a Christian Liberian woman, who was not amenable to the interdict.
1590s, "liable," from Anglo-French amenable, Middle French amener "answerable" (to the law), from à "to" (see ad-) + mener "to lead," from Latin minare "to drive (cattle) with shouts," variant of minari "threaten" (see menace (n.)). Sense of "tractable" is from 1803, from notion of disposed to answer or submit to influence. Related: Amenably.