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Obsequious
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Obsequious: Promptly obedient, or submissive, to the will of another compliant yielding to the desires of another devoted. [Obs.] His servants weeping, Obsequious to his
Obsequiously
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Obsequiously: In an obsequious manner compliantly fawningly. Dryden. In a manner appropriate to obsequies. [Obs.] Whilst I a while obsequiously lament The untimely fall o
Obsequiousness
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Obsequiousness: The quality or state of being obsequious. South.
Obsequy
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Obsequy: The last duty or service to a person, rendered after his death hence, a rite or ceremony pertaining to burial now used only in the plural. Spencer. I will...fetc
Observable
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Observable: Worthy or capable of being observed discernible noticeable remarkable. Sir. T. Browne. The difference is sufficiently observable. Southey. Ob*serv"a*ble*ness,
Observably
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Observably: In an observable manner plainly, noticeably
Observance
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Observance: The act or practice of observing or noticing with attention a heeding or keeping with care performance usually with a sense of strictness and fidelity as, the
Observance of customs
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Observance of customs: Keeping of traditions, fulfilling customs
Observancy
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Observancy: Observance. [Obs.]
Observandum
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Observandum: A thing to be observed. Swift.
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