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- adv. In a slavish manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a slavish or servile manner; as a slave; as if deprived of the right or power of independent action or thought.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a slavish manner
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The word "slavishly" appears three times in Apple's lawsuit.
What point would there be in slavishly retelling Wallace's "memoir" on the big screen anyway?
The problem here is "not that it's running out of ideas, or lifting them too slavishly from the original comic, but that it lunges at them with an infantile lack of grace, throwing money at one special effect after another and praying - or calculating - that some of them will fly."
This name was a pop at The North Face, the adventure label slavishly worn by his preppy buddies.
Where's Steny Hoyer telling Bob Corker that he's "slavishly" being a "token" to the GOP?
Grahamstown's Makana municipality was "slavishly" following an instruction by the provincial geographic place names committee to change the name.
Fleur is described as staring at Bill 'slavishly'.
Police marksmen are forced to follow rules "slavishly" instead of using their common sense, a coroner warned today.
A driver has been found guilty of driving without due care and attention after 'slavishly' following his sat nav to the edge of a cliff.
"I am aware of the criticism but it is unfair to suggest they are designed merely to reward those in the media who 'slavishly' heap praise on everything the EU does.