Thesaurus / subservience

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The cross-aisle determination to counteract Beijing was on full display during the 2020 presidential election, when each campaign tried to prove its “tough on China” credentials and paint the other as subservient to Beijing.

In preaching, he never addressed the passions, but in subservience to reason and truth.

And here she was flaunting her subservience to Reiversto a cold, sneering brutebefore the eyes of the whole camp!

The Snow-BurnerHenry Oyen

Are we perhaps meant to understand that they do perceive this, but out of subservience choose to ignore the fact?

In the Assembly itself were many bishops and priests who were called upon to give the example of subservience.

The War Upon ReligionRev. Francis A. Cunningham

Beyond this latter requisite, he suffers no subservience to plausibility.

Sentimentality is the bane of religion in our day; subservience to popularity degrades the pulpit as it degrades the press.

Arrows of FreethoughtGeorge W. Foote

There afflicted virtue will rejoice at its past trials, and acknowledge their subservience to its present bliss.

The church is a mere state machine worked in subservience to the sinister interest of the governing classes.

This has done good service for the maintenance of the sacerdotal institution through blending with the motive of subservience.

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