I adjective acquiescent, amenable, attentive, behaved, biddable, complaisant, compilable, compliant, complying, conformable, conforming, controllable, dedicated, deferential, devoted, dicto audiens, docile, ductile, duteous, dutiful, faithful, governable, honoring, law-abiding, loyal, manageable, meek, obeisant, obliging, oboediens, observant, obtemperans, passive, pliant, regardful, respectful, reverential, rule-abiding, servile, submissive, subservient, supple, tame, tractable, unresisting, venerating, well-behaved, willing, yielding foreign phrases:
- Ubi non est condendi auctoritas, ibi non est parendi necessitas. — Where there is no authority for establishing a rule, there is no need of obeying it.
- Ejus nulla culpa est cui parere necesse sit. — No guilt attaches to a person who is compelled to obey
- Quicunque jussu judicis aliquid fecerit non videtur dolo malo fecisse, quia parere necesse est. — Whoever does anything by the command of a judge is not deemed to have done it with an evil intent, because it is necessary to obey.
- Prudenter agit qui praecepto legis obtemperat. — He acts prudently who obeys the precept of the law
- Obedientia est legis essentia. — Obedience is the essence of the law
- Legitime imperanti parere necesse est. — One who commands lawfully must be obeyed
II index amenable, controlled (restrained), faithful (loyal), law-abiding, lawful, licit, loyal, obeisant, obsequious, passive, pliable, pliant, sequacious, servile, subservient, tractable, true (loyal), yielding

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


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