Recent Examples of subservience from the Web
In the aftermath, Hoskins set aside his own grief in subservience to that of his younger sister, Meloria.
Kyrie's) passing inclinations on the basketball court have not been regular enough to qualify as a phase, a craze, or anything but abject subservience to his one-on-one plays.
On the sideline, Alessandro Di Battista, a party leader, said the era of Italian subservience to the United States was over.
Scruggs’s look at the way subservience is enforced—partly by the oppressed themselves, brainwashed into acceptance—is disquieting, to say the least.
And Trump, who burned through three campaign managers in less than a year and routinely mocks his aides to their faces, is a hard boss to please, demanding not merely loyalty but, at times, subservience.
Usually, however, a male will yield to the stronger challenger, often showing subservience by grooming or making a coughing sound.
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