Definition of servility in English:

servility

Syllabification: ser·vil·i·ty
Pronunciation: /sərˈvilədē
 
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noun

An excessive willingness to serve or please others: a classic example of media servility
More example sentences
  • The attitude of deference and servility of the senators facing them was no less nauseating.
  • He never regretted his lack of servility even though he lost the interview.
  • In no other does the spirit of servility and boot-licking display itself so openly and shamelessly.

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