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subserviency meaning

  "subserviency" in a sentence
  • or subserˈviency noun

Examples

  1. Barnes called the speech " almost incredible grovelling " and " subserviency " to the Jews.
  2. Dissatisfaction with his treatment by Pope Julius II, and subserviency to the excommunicate Louis XII of France, led Carvajal to this rebellious attitude.
  3. In 1652, he was back in France and seems at once to have addressed himself with something like ignoble subserviency to the task of conciliating the court painter, Charles Le Brun.
  4. Under parliamentary conditions that were exceedingly unfavourable, and in an atmosphere charged with corruption, venality and subserviency, he had created a party before which ministers had begun to quail, and had inoculated the Protestant constituencies with a genuine spirit of liberty and self-reliance.
  5. The handful of members held three sessions at Pisa . } } They were encouraged by Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor, and Louis XII . According to Shahan, dissatisfaction with treatment by Julius II, and subserviency to the excommunicate Louis XII, led Carvajal to this rebellious attitude.

Related Words

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  2. subserosa meaning
  3. subserous meaning
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  5. subservience meaning
  6. subservient meaning
  7. subserviently meaning
  8. subservientness meaning
  9. subsessile meaning
  10. subset meaning
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