He wanted purity, docility, absolute devotion to her husband—and plump white arms.
Their docility would render their complete reduction very easy.
He helped his sister with blind love and docility in her household duties.
Friedrich supposed that some form had been omitted, and returned with docility to the Federal Building.
The team was purely American—that is to say, almost human in its intelligence and docility.
His docility did not seem to be produced by fear or constraint, but the result of perfect confidence.
My lovely guest was irresistible; I answered her questions with the docility of a child.
Mr. Failor spoke of the Jersey-Reds as his favorite breed for docility and other essentials.
Shockingly, for the crab doesn't exactly take to the net with docility.
These are noted for their affectionate disposition and docility.
1550s, from French docilité (15c.), from Latin docilitatem (nominative docilitas), from docilis (see docile).