Subserviency

Part of speech: noun

Subservience.

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Usage examples "subserviency":

  1. Nothing, therefore, could be more gratifying to Lewis than to learn that the princes of the House of Stuart needed his help, and were willing to purchase that help by unbounded subserviency. - "The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 1 (of 5)", Thomas Babington Macaulay.
  2. It helped to tinge with righteous indignation his despair, and it kept him from utterly melting into weak subserviency. - "The Road to Understanding", Eleanor H. Porter.
  3. Every influence of state and society life seems to be against their progress and like some evil genius, these Negro hating ghosts are forever hunting them with the idea that their future must be one of subserviency to the white race. - "Memories of Childhood's Slavery Days", Annie L. Burton.