sheeplike, relaxed, blue-blooded, childlike, aristocratic, law-abiding, pliable, complying, supple, unresisting, teachable, manipulable, easygoing, obliging, mild, tractable, patrician, tamed, aristocratical, chilled, composed, cool, conformable, manageable, unassertive, gentle, compliant, amenable, resist, resigned, accommodating, governable, nonchalant, laid-back, well-behaved, passive, agreeable, easy, malleable, calm, at ease, meek, pliant, blue, soft, at one with, wild, sheepish, tame, adaptable, easily influenced
servile (part of speech: adjective)
curtsying, yielding, acquiescent, browbeaten, subordinate, genuflecting, inferior, devoted, slavish, dutiful, subjected, complaisant, groveling, deferential, attending, kowtowing, humble, obedient, servile, submissive, menial, downtrodden, subservient, biddable, feudal, willing
- She performed upon me with great zeal the same ceremonies that I had done for her the day before, and she was as gentle and docile as possible. - "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.
- Rhoda gave him the assurance, and he turned and went upstairs with her, docile at the prospect of hours to be passed in the sunlight. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- Rotha was utterly gentle and docile; did what he bade her and took what he gave her; indeed it was plain the poor child was in sore need of food, which she had had thus far no heart to eat. - "A Letter of Credit", Susan Warner.