bow down to (someone)

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bow down to (someone)

To obey, pledge allegiance, or submit one's will to someone, especially in a reverential or servile manner. My allegiance is to my own country; I'll never bow down to you! The autocratic CEO all but makes his employees bow down to him.
See also: bow, down
References in classic literature ?
I did not bow down to you, I bowed down to all the suffering of humanity," he said wildly and walked away to the window.
She came up to me (before the match) and said, `I know you won't want me to, but I really want to bow down to you,' '' Poe said.