Lexicographical Neighbors of Obeisantly
Literary usage of Obeisantly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Essays on the Principles of Morality, and on the Private and Political by Jonathan Dymond (1880)
"I know not how it happens that a man of honourable mind is content to wander over the country, and call obeisantly at the doors of ignorant and low men, ..."
2. The Manuscripts of the Corporations of Southampton and King's Lynn by John Cordy Jeaffreson (1887)
"... and take it therfor as we »halle doo al thynges obeisantly after his will, And where it hath pleased hym to ..."
3. Life with Trans-Siberian Savages by Benjamin Douglas Howard (1893)
"... who was the chief, approached me, he obeisantly bowed, and, flattening his hands together, with them thus closed, he moved them up and down, ..."
4. The Ten Tragedies of Seneca: With Notes, Rendered Into English Pose as by Lucius Annaeus Seneca (1902)
"Join thy hands, Astyanax, and prostrated, look up obeisantly to thy Master; do not regard as ignominious what the Fates have ordained for us miserable ..."
5. The Modern Review by Richard Acland Armstrong (1882)
"And some there be most honoured in the crowd, For whom illustrious prince, with emperor And noble stand obeisantly aside. Who are they ? for they wear no ..."
6. The Women of the Arabs by Henry Harris Jessup (1873)
"The Dervish bowed most obeisantly and retired black in the face with rage and despair But it occurred to him at once that none in Damascus but ..."