Similar words: obsequious, obsequies, dubiously, furiously, copiously, curiously, anxiously, obviously. Meaning: [əb'sɪːkwɪəslɪ] adv. in an obsequious manner.
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1 He smiled and bowed obsequiously to Winger.
2 The Attendant looks at him, rises and smiles obsequiously.
3 When everyone saw the mayor, they all bowed obsequiously – he was the only exception.
4 A person who totally,[www.Sentencedict.com] obsequiously agrees with everything another person says.
5 Preparing to capitulate, these reactionaries obsequiously carried out the orders of the Japanese and Wang Ching -wei, and the first people they killed were the most resolute fighters against Japan.
6 We beg for initial happiness obsequiously and forget sunshine makes us happy like that in fairy tale.
7 Kissinger, who obsequiously went along with Nixon's expansion of the war, with the bombing of peasant villages in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
8 Yes, Sir responded crass, walking behind him obsequiously as he went out of the room.
9 You must guard against those who fawn upon you and bow obsequiously before you!
10 Limitations aside, Tagliabue still has it all over Bud Selig, who puts a foot down only to shuffle obsequiously.
11 We can totally imaged Voltaire's flickering eyes, as same as icy knife with keen edge, yet Voltaire obsequiously evaded the group that occupied powerful position, straight pierced to Rousseau.
12 Coachmen in tan boots, white tights, and blue jackets waited obsequiously for the mistresses of carriages who were shopping inside.
More similar words: obsequious, obsequies, dubiously, furiously, copiously, curiously, anxiously, obviously, notoriously, cautiously, previously, voraciously, laboriously, consciously, ingeniously, vicariously, judiciously, lugubriously, precariously, mysteriously, avariciously, fastidiously, subconsciously, ignominiously, ostentatiously, surreptitiously, sententiously, subsequent, subsequence, subsequently.