bowed down


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Synonyms for bowed down

heavily burdened with work or cares

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And as he said this, the man bowed down again, but not to the ground, turned slowly and went out of the room.
PM Imran said he never bowed down before anyone and neither would he let his nation do it.
Summary: Islamabad [Pakistan], July 25 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is being snubbed by the country's opposition for "begging" abroad, on Thursday asserted that he never bowed down to anyone.
The Philippine men's basketball bowed down to South Korea, 91-82, Monday at the Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Talking to media in Islamabad, Spokesperson of the Election Commission said that ECP will not be bowed down to political pressure by some political parties.
In reply Ahsan Iqbal said that he always bowed down before the law and has full respect for the courts and always bowed down before the law.
Perlas Pilipinas bowed down to a mighty Spain team, 17-21, in the resumption of Pool D women's action at the FIBA 3x3 World Cup Sunday afternoon at the Philippine Arena here.
'I have never bowed down to anyone, nor will I let my country's people bow down to anyone,' Imran added.
It has neither bowed down to pressure from the US in the past nor does it intend to do now, Asif added, referring to the country's strategic policies.
He said Pakistan has neither bowed down to pressure from the US in the past nor does it intend to do now.
The minister added while discussing the prevailing state of Pakistan-United States relations that Pakistan has neither bowed down to pressure from the US in the past nor does it intend to do now.
After a seven-day-long shutter-down and wheel-jam strike across GB against imposition of taxes, the GB government bowed down before the protesters and agreed to withdraw all taxes being imposed in the region.
They eventually bowed down to the gritty club where its import Lindsay Stalzer once belonged.
I shook hands and she said something and I said 'Pardon?' - and bowed down!" - Labour former deputy premier John Prescott (pictured) claiming he was tricked into bowing to the Queen during the 1977 Silver Jubilee celebrations in his Hull constituency.
Electricity water transport food and gas Because of the cost we use less and less, We live in a country that in the main is cold and dank The people are servile and downtrodden, under the heel Her praises with their heads bowed down.