humility

[ hyoo-mil-i-tee or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humility

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But this man must be secure that humility would be an ornament to him.

His faith in himself was coming back—not strongly, with a rush, but with all humility.

That something hidden away in my nature, like a treasure in a field, is Humility.

Humility, like the artistic, acceptance of all experiences, is merely a mode of manifestation.

This thought should imbue a man of science with humility rather than with pride.

The knight was again obliged, with all humility, to confess his ignorance.

Sixth, humility, which we should feel only before our superiors.

Thus shall I be diligent to serve your Wisdoms in all humility.

That humility which he puts on when you rise upon him, is not natural to him.

Gomez Arias heard these words with apparent respect and humility.

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