Translation of submissiveness in Spanish:


sumisión, n.

Pronunciation /səbˈmɪsɪvnəs//səbˈmɪsɪvnɪs/


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    sumisión feminine
    • Despite being commonly held up as a paragon of the submissiveness, obedience, and loyalty that many men would like to see in their wives, women have often taken other lessons from her behaviour.
    • Removing one's footwear before entering a home or a temple before worship denotes a sign of respect, humility and submissiveness.
    • And that means, even allowing for the craven submissiveness of the general media, one more chance for the administration to be exposed for the cruel and psychopathic clods that they are.
    • Somebody claiming to detect a divine design in respect of himself may phrase the idea in terms of humility, even submissiveness.
    • Men are conditioned to find pleasure in dominance, whereas women - against their self-interest - are conditioned to enjoy submissiveness.