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humble, Humble, modest, meager, or self-effacing.
s:Author:Charles Dickens, Charles Dickens,
s:Dombey and Son/Chapter 8, Dombey and Son
:Mrs. Wickam was a woman...who was always ready to pity herself, or to be pitied, or to pity anybody else...
"Blessed are the , for they shall inherit the earth" (Matthew chapter 5, verse 5)
submissive, Submissive, despirited, or of break one's will, broken will.
w:Sinclair Lewis, Sinclair Lewis,
:What if they were wolves instead of lambs? They'd eat her all the sooner if she was to them. Fight or be eaten.
, meke, borrowed from a Scandinavian source such as Old Norse mjíkr, "soft".
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