Two years later, a repentant Uma wore skin-tight Versace in a meek porridge hue.
She muses, “How could I make Father understand that I was a warrior, not a meek little mouse?”
So every single moment like this that comes and goes without changing the dynamic of the race is a loss for meek and Crist.
c.1200, "gentle, quiet, unaggressive; benevolent, kind; courteous, humble, unassuming;" of a woman, "modest," from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse mjukr "soft, pliant, gentle"), from Proto-Germanic *meukaz (cf. Gothic muka-modei "humility," Dutch muik "soft"), of uncertain origin, perhaps from PIE *meug- "slippery, slimy." In the Bible, it translates Latin mansuetus from Vulgate (see mansuetude). Sense of "submissive" is from mid-14c.
"those who are meek," c.1200, from meek (adj.).