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obsequious (2 this sense is mainly S.)
1. dutiful, obedient Wiv. IV. ii. 2 “I see you are in your love,” Meas. II. iv. 29 “in fondness Crowd to his presence.”
2. dutiful in manifesting regard for the dead 3H6 II. v. 118 “so will thy father be,” Tit. V. iii. 152 “ tears,” Ham. I. ii. 92 “To do sorrow,” Sonn. xxxi. 5 “many a holy and tear” ; so obsequiously, as a dutiful mourner R3 I. ii. 3.
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