dutiful

[ doo-tuh-fuhl, dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dutiful

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUTIFUL

As for Lady Johnson, she is too dutiful and wise a woman to have any wishes that are not her husband's.

Her impartial and dutiful reasonings on her difficult situation.

But she was dutiful to him, and he was circumspect in his behaviour before her.

And will it suit you to be dutiful if your uncle accepts this monstrous proposal?

"What my father says is always correct," replied the dutiful son.

He was not only a very affectionate son, but a dutiful good child to her.

If she had only been dutiful to her husband, she would have been a perfect woman.

But should she not, would you abide by her decision, like a dutiful daughter?

I know that I am your son, and I want to be dutiful, but I have my own individuality as well.

Had the Duke said what he did, I would have taken it with a dutiful bow and a silent tongue.

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