genuflection[ jen-yoo-flek-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF genuflection
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GENUFLECTION
Ixtlilxochitli made a second genuflection, and resumed his way.
It would seem that such a genuflection must be, of necessity, ridiculous.
The porter greeted each sovereign with a genuflection, the lowest being the twelfth.
A bend of the body and a genuflection were the appropriate answer of the Ethiopian to these observations.
Whereupon the pony went down on its knees in the sawdust in a genuflection to the man with the whip.
The High Priestess rose from her genuflection and Forrester followed suit.
Genuflection before the idol or before money wastes away the muscles which walk and the will which advances.
He grovelled again, and shuffled off, turning at every few steps to make a genuflection.