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Use "servility" in a sentence
"Kant's calling servility, suicide, et al. “vices” may strike us as unusual, given that these vices are (on the face of it) not qualities or dispositions, but ways of acting."
"She felt a fine scorn for the woman who, under the circumstances, would insist upon a bond and all a man's worldly goods in return for that which it was her privilege to give freely; while the notion of servility, of economic dependence -- though she did not so phrase it -- repelled her far more than the possibility of social ruin."
"But do not confound it with servility, which is a mean thing; it is the badge of a slave or a sycophant."