subserviently

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SEE DEFINITION OF subserviently
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Nell approached her timidly and spoke softly, lovingly, subserviently.

And yesterday, only yesterday, he would have saluted me subserviently!

On the contrary, he and others of his ilk are most subserviently dependent on them.

I saw also that he was handsome, and I was quite sure he must be rich, or no doctor would wait upon him so subserviently.

Pedro was approaching them subserviently, a humble, bobbing head betokening his anxiety to please the fine folk.

He looked, and was, a typical Prussian, subserviently polite to his superiors and pointedly arrogant to those who were not.

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