In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1obedienteyour obedient servant — su humilde servidor formal dated
- Iain has encouraged me to share this with you and since I'm such an obedient wife…
- We have been taught to be obedient to authorities and not to think for ourselves much.
- Like an obedient servant, who follows his master's commands, the young ones always go with the mother.
- Commanded to sit by Sir Walter, the women are all obedient acquiescence.
- They are expected to be obedient and comply with requests from adults immediately.
- Of course, every American is not always ignorant, hypocritical and obedient.
- Row after row of white tennis shoes sit upright on foot spikes like pristine, obedient soldiers standing to attention.
- This seems to be, in many ways, a question of one law for the them, and one for the obedient puppy, excepting for some salient cases.
- Dee believed the Angels to be obedient servants of God, submissive to the authority of Christ.
- Kate is eventually tamed and obedient towards her husband by the end of the play.
- Since when did her quiet, passive, obedient brother ever command anyone?
- Even grown men are expected to take orders from their mothers, expected to be obedient till the day they die.
- Her daughters also read spiritual works and were obedient to their mother.
- Sometimes, he turns me into a child and I become shy and obedient.
- Make me like in mind to you, as an obedient child, meek and still.
- With Mimi he was expected to be neatly groomed, dutiful and obedient.
- Noriko reached into her miniature satchel and retrieved the requested item like an obedient nurse in an operating theatre.
- Children are expected to be obedient and to show respect for their elders.
- Other people enjoy the dance of the fingers across an obedient keyboard.
- No one knows what to make of her because she seems so obedient.
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