Synonyms and related words:
accubation, accumbency, aching heart, adoration, adulation, adynamia, agony, agony of mind, anemia, anguish, apple-polishing, ass-kissing, atony, backscratching, bale, bend, bending the knee, bitterness, blah feeling, bleeding heart, bloodlessness, bob, bootlicking, bouleversement, bow, bowing, bowing and scraping, breakdown, broken heart, brown-nosing, cachexia, cachexy, care, carking care, cave-in, circulatory collapse, co-worship, collapse, convulsion, couchancy, cowardice, crack-up, crackup, cringing, crouch, crushing, cult, cultism, cultus, curtsy, debasement, debilitation, debility, decumbency, deference, deflation, dejection, depression, depth of misery, desolation, despair, desperation, despondency, devotion, dipping the colors, downfall, draining, duck, dulia, dullness, enervation, etiolation, exhaustedness, exhaustion, extremity, faintness, fall, fatigue, fawnery, fawning, feebleness, flabbiness, flaccidity, flunkyism, footlicking, genuflection, grief, groveling, handshaking, heartache, heartfelt grief, heartgrief, heavy heart, homage, humiliation, hyperdulia, idolatry, implosion, impotence, inclination, infelicity, ingratiation, insinuation, kneeling, kowtow, kowtowing, lamentation, languishment, languor, lassitude, latria, listlessness, loll, lounging, lowness, lying, lying down, making a leg, mealymouthedness, melancholia, melancholy, misery, nervous breakdown, nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration, neurasthenia, nod, obeisance, obsequiousness, overthrow, overturn, paralysis, parasitism, pining, presenting arms, proneness, reclination, reclining, recumbency, repose, respect, reverence, sabotage, sadness, salaam, salutation, salute, scrape, servility, shortness, sluggishness, softness, sorrow, sorrowing, sponging, sprawl, squat, squatness, squattiness, standing at attention, stoop, strengthlessness, stumpiness, subjacency, submission, submissiveness, subversion, suicidal despair, supination, supineness, sycophancy, timeserving, toadeating, toadying, toadyism, transcendent wonder, truckling, tufthunting, unhappiness, upheaval, upset, veneration, weakliness, weakness, weariness, woe, woefulness, worship, worshiping, wretchedness

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