Servile



adjective
1.
slavishly submissive or obsequious; fawning:
servile flatterers.
2.
characteristic of, proper to, or customary for slaves; abject:
servile obedience.
3.
yielding slavishly; truckling (usually followed by to).
4.
extremely imitative, especially in the arts; lacking in originality.
5.
being in slavery; oppressed.
6.
of, relating to, or involving slaves or servants.
7.
of or relating to a condition of servitude or property ownership in which a person is held as a slave or as partially enslaved:
medieval rebellions against servile laws.
adjective
1.
obsequious or fawning in attitude or behaviour; submissive
2.
of or suitable for a slave
3.
existing in or relating to a state of slavery
4.
when postpositive, foll by to. submitting or obedient

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