obsequious (adj.)
dutiful [without suggesting servility]; appropriate after a death
3H6 II.v.118[Father to himself, of the son he killed] so obsequious will thy father be ... / As Priam was for all his valiant sons
Ham I.ii.92[Claudius to Hamlet, of a bereaved son] In filial obligation for some term / To do obsequious sorrow
Sonn.125.9[] let me be obsequious in thy heart
Sonn.31.5[] many a holy and obsequious tear / Hath dear religious love stolen from mine eye
Tit V.iii.151[Lucius to Marcus, of Titus' body] draw you near / To shed obsequious tears upon this trunk
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