He may want to emulate, sometimes almost slavishly, the late President François Mitterrand, his political godfather.
The Alaskan continues her unmatched mastery of the press—getting them to slavishly follow her Tour to Nowhere.
And for much of the early part of the 20th century, Americans were slavishly following French cooking.
I only wish to report that the tyrant is slavishly chained to his bed.
Of course, I don't mean to say a player must slavishly do just as I tell him.
The inventor is not discouraged by past failures, but he is careful not to repeat them slavishly.
In all this the English were slavishly followed by our own countrymen.
Phaedrus followed Aesop, but, as he affirms, not slavishly; i. prol.
Weakly, supinely, slavishly, America was submitting to British insolence.
During Holberg's youth the social and literary conditions in Denmark were slavishly dependent upon those of foreign countries.