What a launch in life I think it now, on looking back, to be so mean and servile to a man of such parts and pretensions!
Though I had long known that his servility was false, and all his pretences knavish and hollow, I had had no adequate conception of the extent of his hypocrisy, until I now saw him with his mask off.
He stirred his coffee round and round, he sipped it, he felt his chin softly with his grisly hand, he looked at the fire, he looked about the room, he gasped rather than smiled at me, he writhed and undulated about, in his deferential servility, he stirred and sipped again, but he left the renewal of the conversation to me.
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She acknowledged her submission in a servile tone.
We expect our waiters to give world-class service, but not to be so servile they sacrifice their human dignity.