Of course, I don't mean to say a player must slavishly do just as I tell him.
Phaedrus followed Aesop, but, as he affirms, not slavishly; i. prol.
The Directors were too slavishly influenced by their emissaries, and each of them had his own plan.
He did not care for the small number who slavishly adhered to his commands.
This cannot be said of your intellectuals, who are so slavishly obedient to the commands of your rulers.
In all this the English were slavishly followed by our own countrymen.
I ventured to speak to the woman with whom he is slavishly in love, and he came to me like a fury.
Weakly, supinely, slavishly, America was submitting to British insolence.
"Yes, sir," assented Sterne, slavishly responsive to the new authority.
Herrera did not publish his results, which are slavishly chronological in their method, till half a century later (1601-15).