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1. / She thanked hym, and with ful greet Humblesse / She seyde, "Sire, sith of youre gentillesse / Ye profre me to have so large a reyne, / Ne wolde nevere God bitwixe us tweyne, / As in my gilt, were outher werre or stiyf

Hym, Humblesse, Have

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4. Borrowed from Old French Humblesse, from humble

Humblesse, Humble

5. Humblesse (uncountable) Humility, humbleness

Humblesse, Humility, Humbleness

6. 1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, I.xii: when to her they came, / Themselues to ground with gratious Humblesse bent, / And her ador'd by honorable name […]

Her, Humblesse, Honorable

7. Humblesse definition: humbleness, humility , or abasement Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

Humblesse, Humbleness, Humility

8. Jean : () On aurait tiré son chapeau à toutes les meules de foin, heureux de notre Humblesse tranquille, sous la lampe que tu avais allumée entre tes deux doigts (Giono, Bout route, 1937, I, 8, p

Heureux, Humblesse

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Humblesse

11. Wyclif's word; Chaucer uses the Frenchified Humblesse.

Humblesse

12. To speken of a servant proprely, With alle circumstances trewely — That is to seyn, trouthe, honour, knyghthede, Wysdom, Humblesse, estaat, and heigh kynrede, Fredom, and al that longeth to that art —[.]

Honour, Humblesse, Heigh

13. Thurgh thyn Humblesse, the Goost that in th'alighte, Of whos vertu, whan he thyn herte lighte, 20

Humblesse, He, Herte

14. 470 Thurgh thyn Humblesse, the Goost that in th' alighte, Through thy humility, the Ghost that alighted in thee, 471 Of whos vertu, whan he thyn herte lighte, By whose power, when he illuminated thy heart, 472 Conceyved was the Fadres sapience, The Father's Wisdom was conceived,

Humblesse, Humility, He, Herte, Heart

15. Myld Humblesse mixt with awfull majesty, For looking on the earth whence she was borne: Her minde remembreth her mortalitie, What so is fayrest shall to earth returne.

Humblesse, Her

16. Thurgh thyn Humblesse, the goost that in thalighte, Of whos vertu, whan he thyn herte lighte, Conceived was the fadres sapience, 20: Help me to telle it in thy reverence! Lady! thy bountee, thy magnificence, Thy vertu, and thy grete humilitee: Ther may no tonge expresse in no science; For som-tyme, lady, er men praye to thee, 25

Humblesse, He, Herte, Help, Humilitee

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18. Myld Humblesse mixt with awfull majesty, for looking on the earth whence she was borne, her minde remembreth her mortalitie: what so is fayrest shall to earth returne

Humblesse, Her

19. His gentil herte is of so gret Humblesse To me in word, in werk, in contenaunce, 20 And me to serve is al his besynesse, That I am set in verrey sikernesse

His, Herte, Humblesse

20. It is easiest because Chaucer (or the clerk) makes mention of this comparison himself when he says: "Men speke of Job, and moost for his Humblesse,/ As clerkes, whan hem list, koone wel endite,/ Namely of men, but as in soothfastnesse,/ Though clerkes preise wommen but a lite,/ Ther kan no man in Humblesse hym acquite,/ As womman kan, ne kan

Himself, He, His, Humblesse, Hem, Hym

21. 936 Ther kan no man in Humblesse hym acquite There can no man in humility acquit himself 937 As womman kan, ne kan been half so trewe As woman can, nor can be half so true 938 As wommen been, but it be falle of newe

Humblesse, Hym, Humility, Himself, Half

22. But if in presence of that fayrest proud thou chance to come, fall lowly at her feet: and with meeke Humblesse and afflicted mood, pardon for thee, and grace for me intreat

Her, Humblesse

23. By Humblesse thow mayst to mercy strecche

Humblesse

24. Ne wonder; for her owne deare loued knight, All were she dayly with himselfe in place, Did wonder much at her celestiall sight: Oft had he seene her faire, but neuer so faire dight.So she beheld those maydens meriment With chearefull vew; who when to her they came, Themselues to ground with gratious Humblesse bent, And her ador'd by honorable

Her, Himselfe, Had, He, Humblesse, Honorable

25. 936 Ther kan no man in Humblesse hym acquite There can no man in humility acquit himself 937 As womman kan, ne kan been half so trewe As woman can, nor can be half so true 938 As wommen been, but it be falle of newe

Humblesse, Hym, Humility, Himself, Half

26. Jack-yarder Fromental Dagney Humblesse sulphatize torrone dew-laden Ophioglossum

Humblesse

27. Answer: Homotactic strickled ununiversity cottierism Humblesse antiegoistical aphototropism

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hum·ble

  • Marked by meekness or modesty in behavior, attitude, or spirit; not arrogant or prideful.
  • Showing deferential or submissive respect: a humble apology.
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    What is the difference between humility and humbleness?

    As nouns the difference between humbleness and humility is that humbleness is humility; the property of being humble while humility is the characteristic of being humble; humbleness in character and behavior.

    What is another word for humbleness?

    humbleness, unimportance, obscureness, lowliness(noun) the state of being humble and unimportant. Synonyms: lowliness, obscureness, abstruseness, humility, obscurity, low status, lowness, unimportance, reconditeness.

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