meek's campaign reps tell the Florida Independent that their candidate "laughed out loud" when he heard about the Journal story.
She muses, “How could I make Father understand that I was a warrior, not a meek little mouse?”
Two years later, a repentant Uma wore skin-tight Versace in a meek porridge hue.
He said the Jewish community in particular should be rising to meek's side and not abandoning him for Crist.
Condoleezza Rice may be teary and weak; Colin Powell may be timid and meek; even George W. Bush has a wobbly streak.
Bian'ca, the younger daughter of Baptista of Pad'ua, as gentle and meek as her sister Katherine was violent and irritable.
We are all faithless at times, and without the excuse of meek and anxious love.
Mr. meek was not very well, and the doctor had advised him to take a glass of beer occasionally for his stomachs sake.
She has such a meek little habit of obedience that he almost smiles.
There were gorgeous blue jays and orioles in the trees and meek gray doves in the hedges.
c.1200, "gentle, quiet, unaggressive; benevolent, kind; courteous, humble, unassuming;" of a woman, "modest," from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse mjukr "soft, pliant, gentle"), from Proto-Germanic *meukaz (cf. Gothic muka-modei "humility," Dutch muik "soft"), of uncertain origin, perhaps from PIE *meug- "slippery, slimy." In the Bible, it translates Latin mansuetus from Vulgate (see mansuetude). Sense of "submissive" is from mid-14c.
"those who are meek," c.1200, from meek (adj.).