Definition of Docilely

1. Adverb. Submissively or obediently. ¹



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Definition of Docilely

1. docile [adv] - See also: docile

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Docilely

doby
docent
docents
docetaxel
docetic
docetism
docetist
docetists
dochmiac
dochmii
dochmius
docht
docible
docibleness
docile
docilely (current term)
docileness
dociler
docilest
docilities
docility
docimacy
docimastic
docimasy
docimology
docity
dock
dock-cress
dock-walloper
dock worker

Literary usage of Docilely

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1. The American Credo: A Contribution Toward the Interpretation of the National by George Jean Nathan, Henry Louis Mencken (1920)
"The American people, as a people, acquiesced docilely in all these tyrannies, both during the war and after the war, just as they acquiesced in the invasion ..."

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