Ukraynaca'da humility

Telaffuz
n. покірність, смиренність, скромний вчинок, бідність

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You must have been very slow about it, Jacob, Scrooge observed, in a business-like manner, though with humility and deference.
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"All right, then we'll go," he said and looked up at Mr. Samsa as if, suddenly overcome by humility, he was asking fresh permission for this decision.
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Humility, that lovely virtue, becomes both old and young.
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Yellow, meagre, ragged, scowling, wolfish; but prostrate, too, in their humility.
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And Chichi with the derisive ha-ha's of an insolent girl, drowned out the triumphant communications of the aunt from Berlin. "I don't know, of course," said the unwelcome lodger with mock humility. "Perhaps it is not authentic. I have heard it said."
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He wants America to enrich him quickly at the expense of the old Spaniard, and that is the reason for such humility, so much singing and such nobility! Imposter! Musician!
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His family felt alarmed at seeing the humility and gentleness with which he moved around the house. The two men-servants had gone to join their regiments, and to them the most surprising result
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The girl would dismiss her lover; but afterwards, when he returned in humility, ready to accede to any conditions, she relented.
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The man took a seat. His appearance was decidedly comical,—a blend of humility, bragodoccio and sad arrogance. He gazed at the place that Roberto had just abandoned, in which remained a scrap of roast meat.
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To the astonishment of Desnoyers, the German received this onslaught with much humility, nodding his head in agreement with the Patron's last words.
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Eş anlamlılar

a disposition to be humble; a lack of false pride: humbleness, trait, humble, subduedness, meekness
a humble feeling: humbleness, submission, self-depreciation, meekness, feeling


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