1. Ready and willing to be taught; tactable.
2. Disposed to be taught; tractable; easily managed; as, a docile child.
The elephant is at once docible and docile. -- C. J. Smith.
додав larstait 11 Жовтень 2003
1. A conservative Asian female between the ages of 10-30 (though who can really tell?), preferably under 5'5", a virgin, pretty, so FOB she still smells of seaweed, unable to say 'no' in English, sings soothing hymns of mirth on command and does the bidding of her lord, and upon the snapping of her lord's fingers will sit upon the ground crosslegged, Indian-style.

2. One of the small Asian girls who live in the 4C community.

3. In reference to your significant other (gender/race unspecified).

Antonym: Hostile
1. "To procure a docile, one must nurture them. You gotta treat them nice."

2. "I am NOT a docile!"

3. "My docile and I have plans for this evening."

Antonym: "Your mom is a docile!"
додав Docile in Distress 14 Березень 2010
Insult to describe a painfully shy person, someone that doesn't show emotion or say anything.
"And he just stood there the whole time and did nothing."
"Docile."
додав Jenesis 1 Жовтень 2005
Annoying sweet and childlike.
Children who are individually tutored can be a bit too docile,especially when done by the parents.
додав SomeoneNew 15 Травень 2011
Often used to describe someone who is slow with thinking, or easily believes what they are told.
"I told her Hitler is still alive today and she believed me"
"Damn, she is docile!"
додав Shouza 11 Січень 2007

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