Definition of servanthood in US English:

servanthood

noun

  • See servant

    • ‘Here the message is one of humility and servanthood, an entirely different theme from that found in the reading from Exodus.’
    • ‘Instead, he longed for role models for servanthood.’
    • ‘Within our congregations, we want to hear, feel, sense, and see this expression of servanthood - that serving God is a blessing and an opportunity to be used by God.’
    • ‘When Christians gather to wash one another's feet, they act out Christ's servanthood, and claim their own vocation in him.’
    • ‘Through personal stories, scripture, and reflection, the authors speak about how we can better incorporate servanthood into our daily lives.’

Pronunciation

servanthood

/-ˌho͝od/