used in The Trial of Socrates by Linder
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submissive — typically excessively so (so submissive or eager to serve and please that one seems to have no self-respect)
relating to the work that requires obeying demeaning commands
slave-like or relating to slaves
- According to Xenophon, Socrates urged Anytus's son not to "continue in the servile occupation [tanning hides] that his father has provided for him.
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