1)Prepared to obey others unquestioningly.
2)Less important, subordinate.
3)Serving as a means to an end.
1)"Slaves are subservient to their owners."
2)His career was expected to be subservient to hers."
3)"The whole narration is subservient to the moral plan of exemplifying twelve virtues in twelve knights"
by Guylord Bargnome December 19, 2013
willingness to obey others unquestioningly
The subservience trainee moved up.
by Art Geek (^ᗜ^) October 18, 2017
A bizarre advertising stunt pulled by Burger King, where you 'control' a giant rooster-man wearing a garter belt.

Through the eyes of its 'webcam', you can throw any command you like, from 'jump', to 'watch tv', to 'hump the couch'.

www.subservientchicken.com
"The subservient chicken is strange as hell, and did not make me any hungrier for chicken."
by That Guy April 12, 2004
Note: The above definition is old. I do not like Nikita anymore - not even as a friend!
Kwih. Kwih.
by Steaver370 June 6, 2004
A retarded chicken that is misleadingly made out to be a "live broadcast" when it is actually pre-recorded. It can pick out words in the middle of junk, like "fjkdlfakjljfkjumpfjkdlfjad" (look in the middle, you'll see "jump"), yet cannot understand "L I G H T S - O F F" (it will understand "lights off"). The only reason I don't diss this completely is because Nikita likes it, and cuz I'm crazy about her... oops, I shouldn't be saying that where she can see it. Oh well.
by Steaver370 April 25, 2004
A regressive political ideology where members serve as willing instruments of the state to restrict or abolish specific personal liberties in order to accomplish a set of goals, which are often endorsed as altruistic to humanity but are inversely detrimental in practice.

See: Subservientist
The activists believed their subservientism would save more lives if everyone gave up their right to defend themselves.
by Aadkjlkj March 28, 2018