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See also: Differentially Differentiability Defer Deference Deferred Defense Defeat Defect Defective Defendant Deferential Defenestration Defensive Defeated Defenestrate Deferral Defence Defecate Deferment Defecation

1. Deferentiality Through resilience, you achieve success


2. Between the bursts things can get downright tranquil and reflective and people, even strangers who approach him on the street, can be treated with a kind of Deferentiality

Downright, Deferentiality

3. The real delight of the book is the sense of temps retrouvé … Twentieth-century history is tantalisingly close, yet the quaint Deferentiality which stubbornly pertains in Sandbrook’s dingy new world [is] a reminder of just how dramatically different are our own times.” Lisa Hilton, Books of the Year, Independent on Sunday

Delight, Deferentiality, Dingy, Dramatically, Different

4. In Sweden, for instance, there were times when I was astounded at the Deferentiality of drivers towards cyclists

Deferentiality, Drivers

5. Not that authorities aren't usually helpful (they are), but they do reserve a certain level of Deferentiality for people with angmoh accents

Do, Deferentiality

6. Increasing the Deferentiality of appellate review of such awards from de novo to abuse of discretion

Deferentiality, De, Discretion

7. Melania’s soft-spokenness and Lewandowski and Hicks’s Deferentiality — both referred to Trump as “sir” and “Mr


8. Deferentially, Deferentiality How to use it: Often you say that something or someone is deferential to (or toward) someone else: "she's deferential to her professors," "he keeps his tone deferential toward the review committee."

Deferentially, Deferentiality, Deferential

9. In any case, the complete Deferentiality of the Irish male has long existed before any black-man-god brainwashing


10. It made clear that Paladin always took Hey Boy's exaggerated Deferentiality as a joke on the white world; which it was


11. Problems of overspecialization, reclusive objectivity, timidity, Deferentiality, and naivete are interrelated and their root cause lies in scholars not having the faintest awareness of the public responsibility of the scholar or how that public responsibility is consonant with individual gain or with the public good


12. Taking this notion as the base of the conceptual definition of the pronoun usted, and leaving behind the previous concept of Deferentiality (and non-Deferentiality), this dissertation proposes a new classification.

Definition, Deferentiality, Dissertation

13. Presumably, this is meant to tell us something about his Deferentiality (not a very ’60s attribute)


14. Deferentiality is an English language word that is well described on this page with all the important details i.e Deferentiality meaning, Deferentiality word synonyms, and its similar words

Deferentiality, Described, Details

15. Deferentiality meaning in Urdu is ادب and Deferentiality word meaning in roman can write as adab.


16. There's a kind of deistic tabuisation of Deferentiality to it

Deistic, Deferentiality

17. Derivatives >> deferential, deferentially, Deferentiality deft DEFT skillful, adroit Synonyms >> clever, cunning, dexterous, ingenious Antonym >> clumsy He was very deft in handling the questions from the reporter

Derivatives, Deferential, Deferentially, Deferentiality, Deft, Dexterous

18. The feminists want to place women on a footing of moral superiority to men, which in turn implies Deferentiality or servility on the part of men


19. Would be biased in favor of such a quality unless, of course, Deferentiality were programmed into the computer


20. Female candidates must fulfill feminine likability with feminine coded traits: demureness, Deferentiality, and conciliation

Demureness, Deferentiality

21. Chakrabarty saw this Deferentiality as a continuation of peasant attitudes: for him, the worker remained essentially a peasant


22. These sentence-final verbal suffixes, collectively called SFPs, show tense-aspect-modality-mood morphology, including such subjective and intersubjective markers as evidentiality, epistemicity, politeness, Deferentiality, and honorification, as marked in bold in the following example:


23. Broadband Lois Deferentiality enlightener initialer diamond-matched

Deferentiality, Diamond

24. This visual negotiation of Deferentiality and mastery epitomises the wider nexus of power relationships in society and is, I shall argue, distinctively relevant to Dunn’s situation as a Scottish working-class writer.

Deferentiality, Distinctively, Dunn

25. One will discover that opaque Deferentiality is his default position when dealing with the white world.

Discover, Deferentiality, Default, Dealing

26. And yet, there’s constantly a sickening Deferentiality built into the DNA of the setting

Deferentiality, Dna

27. It’s only in shows like Insecure and movies like Moonlight where we start to see some Deferentiality in how Black people are lit


28. On the other hand, Deferentiality can crop up anywhere


29. The CVR will eventually reveal whether undue Deferentiality was a significant factor here


30. Just Dinner: That circuitous Deferentiality is actually a form of very severe criticism: the more circuitous, the more severe

Dinner, Deferentiality

31. Usted, and leaving behind the previous concept of Deferentiality (and non-Deferentiality), this dissertation proposes a new classification

Deferentiality, Dissertation

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DEFERENTIALITY [ˌdefəˈren(t)SH(ə)l]

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What does deferential mean?

Definition of deferential. : showing or expressing respect and high regard due a superior or an elder : showing or expressing deference listened with deferential attention to his grandfather deferential to the judge's decision. Other Words from deferential Synonyms & Antonyms More Example Sentences Learn More about deferential.

What does deferentially mean?

: showing or expressing respect and high regard due a superior or an elder : showing or expressing deference listened with deferential attention to his grandfather deferential to the judge's decision.

What does deference mean?


What is a deferential affection?

Such an affection is necessarily based upon a most profound respect, and can only continue when this deferential regard exists. First there was a great snarl, and then a deferential voice, 'This alters the case, sir.' At eight-thirty a soft and deferential voice sounded in her ear.

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