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Onstage, this slavish adherence to traditional format is surely part of the show’s charm, another function of its lovingly self-mocking tone.
Herrera did not publish his results, which are slavishly chronological in their method, till half a century later (1601-15).
I listened, half disillusioned by his explanation, yet fearing that my senses were too slavishly obeying his suggestion.
THE STROLLING SAINTRAPHAEL SABATINI
Of course, I don't mean to say a player must slavishly do just as I tell him.
Either the Gothic or the Renaissance style is to be slavishly imitated.
A MANUAL OF THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF ARTG. G. (GUSTAVUS GEORGE) ZERFFI
He was slavishly gentle to Catherine, and bore her fierce taunts with mean resignation.
CATHERINE: A STORYWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
We like the manner in which Mr. Wilbour has translated it—neither too slavishly nor too freely, but in one word, 'admirably.'
I ventured to speak to the woman with whom he is slavishly in love, and he came to me like a fury.
THE MOVING FINGERE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Fashions in paint were quite as slavishly followed as any other, and, as we see, have died hard.
THE HERITAGE OF DRESSWILFRED MARK WEBB
The most fatal disease that can overtake a stenographer (or any one else) is the habit of slavishly following a routine.

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