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There is, at least, no country in Europe in which servility has not invented and vanity received genealogies yet more chimerical.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
There is little difficulty in summing up their tenets: it is "Reverence, without servility."
Parliament tried respectful remonstrances in vain; the cardinal thought himself safe in the servility of the nation.
Resistance to power has shut the door of the House of Commons to one man; obsequiousness and servility, to none.
A constitutional habit of servility to his creditor when present before him signalized Algernon.
I purposely select this case from a period when Southern arrogance and Northern servility were far less infamous than now.
Nothing can be more repugnant to that temper of patient servility which it is the policy of such governments to foster.
We deprecate such grovelling servility in the people as much as we pity the pride of the nobles.
It is servility to rule-of-thumb criteria, and a dullness of perception, a timidity in acceptance.
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He was an idol whom the entranced people bowed down before and worshiped, with more than Oriental servility.

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