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used in The Bourne Identity

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excessively eager to flatter or serve
  • The owner sighed and shrugged, uttering obsequious phrases of apology and assurance.
    Chapter 3 (30% in)
  • Irritation and disturbance vanished with her words, replaced by an obsequiousness not seen since the court of Versailles.
    Chapter 13 (61% in)
  • "Philippe," said the salesclerk, frightened, obsequious.
    Chapter 27 (28% in)
  • Trignon's hands were held out palms up, his face pinched in an obsequious smile.
    Chapter 28 (47% in)

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