agreeability


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a·gree·a·ble

 (ə-grē′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. To one's liking; pleasing: agreeable weather.
2. Suitable; conformable: a practice agreeable to the law.
3. Ready to consent or submit: I am agreeable to your plan.

a·gree′a·bil′i·ty, a·gree′a·ble·ness n.
a·gree′a·bly adv.

agreeability

(əˌɡriːəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
an agreeable disposition
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.agreeability - a temperamental disposition to be agreeableagreeability - a temperamental disposition to be agreeable
disposition, temperament - your usual mood; "he has a happy disposition"
complaisance, compliancy, obligingness, compliance, deference - a disposition or tendency to yield to the will of others
affirmativeness - the agreeable quality of one who assents

agreeability

noun
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The global personality profile of this type of PD is characterized by a low level of agreeability and conscientiousness.
This method is also used to evaluate the possibilities of endorsement of any option on each item based on person's ability or agreeability and item's difficulty, whilst classical test theory cannot disentangle an item's difficulty from agreeability (Runnels, 2012).
Sim, Leow, Hao, and Yeo (2016) reported axillary and TAT methods were comparable in 169 neonates nursed in ambient room temperature, with wider thresholds and poor clinical agreeability in the presence of phototherapy, incubator, and radiant warming interventions.
The availability of multi disciplinary case conferences to provide a venue for MIBC patient discussion was highly valued by many participating MOs: "The number of cases being presented at Tumour Boards have increased in the past 5 years because of our insistence of these cases being presented so I would say that the degree of agreeability of urologists has increased in terms of at least discussing the cases and letting us [have] an opinion on whether we would like to see them or not."
Additionally, a preconceived WIC survey was offered at the end of the teaching session to access agreeability among participants and capacity for learning.
Entering the workforce as a HCA is most commonly based on the qualities of agreeability or desire to work with older people (George et al., 2016; MOH, 2004), accessibility of the work, and the lack of age barriers or education requirements (MOH, 2004) However, a lack of understanding of the demands of the role prior to employment was found to be common (MOH, 2004).
That distaste for agreeability is reinforced by Amazon's leadership principles, one of which reads: Leaders are obligated to respectfully challenge decisions when they disagree, even when doing so is uncomfortable or exhausting.
Polar technology) have consistently demonstrated accuracy and high agreeability to ECG (Terbizan et al., 2002).
Still, the recognition and management of diversity requires each social imaginary to commit to a broad-based framework of agreeability. Otherwise, it functions as a dictatorship, or as a rebellious force, or counter-culture phenomenon, leaving recourse to political power only through compulsion.
Agreeability gets you so far in life, but when the chips are down, it sometimes helps to lose your temper.
* Reviewed Short version of the NEO questionnaire, NEO-FFI-R (Costa & McCrae, 2008), that assesses: Neuroticism, Extraversion, Openness, Agreeability, Conscience.
While the datafication of "established" citizens was successfully executed, the homeless faced numerous obstacles, including the social worker's ability to mediate on their behalf with the state, their access to patronage, the agreeability of their "body" to digitization due to the consequences of living on the streets, and the cooperation of the IT specialists allowing for retrials in scanning fingerprints and irises.