15 example sentences using genuflect.
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He’s his own creation, and he doesn’t genuflect to Times traditions.
Because when you get down to it, you're taking offense that Bob didn't genuflect enough to your taste.
****, an actual experiment: Go to Mass next Sunday, but do not set in a pew; do not kneel; do not genuflect.
But individuals uninvolved in the case are not required to genuflect to a presumption of innocence.
Oh absolutely, but it does seem like they prefer to genuflect to open source / free software ideas and it seems less distasteful to give a more tactical answer.
I had to look up the definition of "genuflect":"Lower one's body briefly by bending one knee to the ground, typically in worship or as a sign of respect.
Whether you're going to need to genuflect to Scoble's notion of your "viability" is an important question to address when choosing the market you want to serve.
It felt completely neutral to me. Admittedly, the reporter didn't genuflect before the altar of Elon, which some of his fans might interpret as implicit hostility.
I've been showdead forever; apparently I'm supposed to genuflect to one of the mods and beg forgiveness for some slight and I can't quite lower myself to do that on this forum.
In short, the green economy didn't give common people an alternative, it simply gave business people a new tool to mask their intentions while idealistic politicians genuflect to the lie.
They manage to take out a few exceptionally honorable hot-heads who are unwilling to genuflect towards the idiocy, and then the hot-heads transition into a cushy tech job with twice the pay and respect.
Not anybody said anything about those pictures but I soon noticed that same reverent upward gaze and nod like the Catholic genuflect, by the one time it wasn't observed by a visiting engineer... At any rate.
Get paid in company scrip, buy food at the company store, live in company housing, talk to my family and coworkers over the company intercom, genuflect to the picture of the CEO in the mornings and before bed.
There is no reason a state like California, where politicians habitually genuflect to social justice, couldn't pass legislation to create causes of action against police officers that aren't subject to the federal constitution's qualified immunity doctrine.
For too long MBA and public policy institutions spewed the drivel that non-free-access accreditation is the end-all be-all, of the idea that if you do not genuflect before various admissions committees of expensive professional degree schools you do not have the right to take the accreditation exam, that you are a threat to public safety.