One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The same speaker grovellingly agreed that guests of an Australian parliamentarian should be removed from the public gallery.’
- ‘He was forced to grovellingly apologise.’
- ‘Labour ministers have grovellingly offered the rise if, by some oversight, judges don't get exempted from new tax laws.’
- ‘The new TV advert grovellingly asks us to ‘return to using rail’.’
- ‘As he is a fictional character, there is no shame in your grovellingly subservient status.’
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