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servile
used in Gone with the Wind

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Definition submissive — typically excessively so (so submissive or eager to serve and please that one seems to have no self-respect)

or:

relating to the work that requires obeying demeaning commands

or:

slave-like or relating to slaves
  • Formerly he had the same combination of servility and impertinence which Wilkerson possessed...
    3.29 (47% in)
servility = submissiveness, and/or eagerness to serve and please
  • Formerly he had the same combination of servility and impertinence which Wilkerson possessed but now, with Mr. Calvert and Raiford dead in the war and Cade sick, he had dropped all servility.
    3.29 (48% in)

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