Alone among the servants he had no time for sycophancy or subservience.
What he may lack in leadership or due diligence skills, he makes up for in his abilities to whip the media into subservience.
In that moment, she was not aware that she stood between duty and subservience.
And if they would not assume positions of subservience, they must be destroyed.
Kathleen was beside her husband, watching in an amused manner the subservience of the master of men to the children.
Not a few of the Romans were chafing at their leader's subservience to a "Barbarian" queen.
He had been served a delicious dinner, deftly and quietly, such food as men particularly like; but there had been no subservience.
Pius IV had carried to an extreme his subservience to Philip.
Sir Causter was having his revenge for two years of subservience at a thousand pounds a year.
She was in the first subservience to that power which feeds the streams of human history.