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- At the inn, as I entered, I looked about me with so black a countenance as made the attendants tremble; not a look did they exchange in my presence; but obsequiously took my orders, led me to a private room, and brought me wherewithal to write.p. 103.0
obsequiously = in a manner that is excessively eager to flatter or serve
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