adjective, tam·er, tam·est.
verb (used with object), tamed, tam·ing.
verb (used without object), tamed, tam·ing.
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It had ended with a tameness that gave it an almost commonplace aspect.The Odds|Ethel M. Dell
A bullfinch that belonged to a cousin must I think have reached the highest degree of tameness possible in a bird.In a Cheshire Garden|Geoffrey Egerton-Warburton
All his horses were wonders of tameness and careful and intelligent teaching.Wanderings in Patagonia|Julius Beerbohm
When this bird comes, it is so unacquainted with man that its tameness is delightful to behold.Locusts and Wild Honey|John Burroughs
Its tameness enabled its proceedings to be closely watched, and its mode of feeding was thereby investigated.Bible Animals;|J. G. Wood