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excessively eager to serve or obey

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a domestic servant

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used of unskilled work (especially domestic work)

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3) The jurisdiction of the juvenile court must be suspended while the child is subject to the jurisdiction of the appropriate court tinder a petition for commitment of a menially retarded person, or under remand for 90 days for intensive treatment or commitment ordered by that court.
I will write no plays; Because the drama, less sublime in this, Makes lower appeals, depends more menially, Adopts the standard of the public taste To chalk its height on, wears a dog-chain round Its regal neck, and learns to carry and fetch The fashions of the day to please the day, Fawns close on pit and boxes, who clap hands Commending chiefly its docility And humour in stage-tricks,--or else indeed Gets hissed at, howled at, stamped at like a dog, Or worse, we'll say.
And today, menially employed, he lives in a cramped garage apartment.
former Beachers, newer from the old country or more menially employed on the docks and in the mills.
In a letter to Hahn on September 18th, six weeks after arriving in Sweden, she describes herself as "tired and menially exhausted as never before"; a week later.