Amenable

Amenable
a·me·na·ble
əˈmēnəb(ə)l,əˈmenəb(ə)l/
adjective
     (of a person) open and responsive to suggestion; easily persuaded or controlled.
example
     The fragile state of a hypnotized germaphobe encouraged to wash their hands in hog slop.
amenable-1 amenable Amenable amenable 1

Derivative

Derivative
de·riv·a·tive
dəˈrivədiv/
adjective
     (typically of an artist or work of art) imitative of the work of another person, and usually disapproved of for that reason.
example
     The absolute coincidence that a certain Robin Thicke song remotely resembled a Marvin Gaye masterpiece.
nonfiction-cartoon derivative Derivative nonfiction cartoon

Punctilious

Punctilious
punc·til·i·ous
pəNG(k)ˈtilēəs/
adjective
     showing great attention to detail or correct behavior.
example
     The mannerisms of the animatronics at Chuck E. Cheese and the birthday boy in the ball pit that realizes the yellow plastic is coated in formaldehyde.
bruce-eric-kaplan-don-t-walk-away-from-me-while-i-m-not-paying-any-attention-to-you-new-yorker-cartoon punctilious Punctilious bruce eric kaplan don t walk away from me while i m not paying any attention to you new yorker cartoon