• Definition for "dutiful"
    • Careful to meet responsibilities.
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dutiful definition

  • adjective:
    • Careful to meet responsibilities.
    • Expressing or full of a sense of responsibility.
    • Accepting of your respective appropriate or ethical obligations and happy to do all of them well, and without issue.
    • with respect to a person's task; demonstrative of your respective feeling of duty.
    • Performing, or prepared to do, the obligations needed by person who has got the straight to claim submission, obedience, or deference; submissive to all-natural or legal superiors; obedient, regarding parents or superiors
    • Controlled by, continuing from, a sense of responsibility; respectful; deferential.
    • willingly obedient out-of a sense of task and value
    • Careful to fulfill obligations.
    • Expressing or filled with a sense of responsibility.
    • Accepting of the appropriate or ethical obligations and willing to do them really, and without issue.
    • with respect to a person's task; demonstrative of your respective sense of responsibility.
    • Performing, or prepared to do, the duties required by one who gets the straight to claim submitting, obedience, or deference; submissive to all-natural or legal superiors; obedient, on parents or superiors
    • Controlled by, continuing from, a feeling of task; respectful; deferential.
    • willingly obedient off a sense of responsibility and respect
  • others:
    • Performing the duties needed by personal or legal responsibilities; obedient; submissive to natural or legal superiors; obediently respectful: as, a dutiful daughter or son; a dutiful ward or servant; a dutiful topic.
    • Expressive of a feeling of task; showing certified value; needed by duty: as, dutiful attentions.
    • Performing the obligations required by personal or appropriate obligations; obedient; submissive to natural or appropriate superiors; obediently respectful: because, a dutiful kid; a dutiful ward or servant; a dutiful subject.
    • Expressive of a sense of task; showing certified respect; needed by duty: as, dutiful attentions.
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