tending to do or be something
If you say that someone is servile, you don't respect them because they are too obedient, too agreeable, and too willing to do anything for another person.
Something that is tactile can be physically touched.
Something that is volatile can change easily and vary widely.
A tensile quality of something is its ability to be stretched or extended; it also pertains to its tension.
An animal or person that is docile is not aggressive; rather, they are well-behaved, quiet, and easy to control.
Febrile behavior is full of nervous energy and activity; a sick person can be febrile as well, that is, feverish or hot.
Your domicile is the place where you live or your home.
A puerile person is childish, immature, and foolish.
An aged person who is senile is less mentally aware than they were in the past; therefore, they tend to be confused and forgetful at times.
A versatile person is skillful at doing many different things; likewise, a tool with this quality can perform numerous tasks.
A hostile person acts in a very unfriendly or mean way toward others.
Something fragile is easily broken.
A prehensile tail on an animal is able to grasp or hold on to things by wrapping around them.
A sessile organism, such as a barnacle or coral, is attached permanently to something; hence, it is immobile.
of or relating to or characteristic of or appropriate for children or young people
(chemistry, physics, biology) readily undergoing change or breakdown
capable of retraction
characterized by energy and vigor
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