That very slave power which he had served so well was upreared to crush him because he had come to the limit of his subserviency.
There comes a sense of subserviency and subordination that can not be thrown off.
These, he contends, were Madison's subserviency to France and the base duplicity of Napoleon.
But she doesn't understand the subserviency of Englishmen to their elders.
So timid was the disgraced bishop that he vied with the weak primate in his subserviency to Alice.
A spirit of subserviency is not favorable to the growth of the highest qualities.
This unquestionably involved a subserviency of the beautiful in music.
You should try and avoid this "subserviency to outside influences."
Speak to me of subserviency to power by European aristocrats, courtiers, etc.!
Her resentment seemed to gratify him more than any subserviency.