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- 'Certainly, Mr Teng,' said the second clerk obsequiously.Chapter 18 (62% in)
obsequiously = eager to flatter or serve
- Every now and then someone with an entourage came through the doors, obsequious interpreters bowing and translating between uniformed government officials trying to appear casual and weary executives from across the globe whose eyes were dazed from jet lag and the need for sleep, to be preceded, perhaps, by whisky.Chapter 24 (53% in)
There are no more uses of "obsequious" in The Bourne Supremacy.
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