Origin of passivism
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Related Words for passivismresignation, capitulation, humility, assent, prostration, appeasement, servility, obedience, acquiescence, deference, humbleness, tractability, malleability, surrender, yielding, meekness, subjection, docility, passivity, nonresistance
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But the very term, passivism, is usually significant and goes very deep psychologically.The Moonlit Way
Robert W. Chambers
the theory, belief, or practice of passive resistance
the quality, characteristics, or fact of being passive
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Passive character, attitude, or behavior.
A pattern or attitude of submissiveness, especially in sexual relations.
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