After World War II, there was a long phase in which central banks were subservient to governments.
I was basically to be a quiet, subservient Rent-a-Housewife.
By 1996, they had been happily married for nearly eight years, but she found herself slipping back into subservient wife mode.
Asian girls are subservient, obedient, and bred for male pleasure.
Indeed the individual forms should always be subservient to the effect of the line or page.
It will be subservient to the law of literature, which formerly received the law from it.
His pride made him fear to seem a parasite; and, too chivalrous to be disloyal, he was too haughty to be subservient.
We must separate the fanciful from the real, or at least make the one subservient to the other.
Any aspiring or subservient orator, such as Kalliklês is described, would know better than to address them in this strain.
Surely the stomach should be subservient to the mind; but it isn't.