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Definition of Abjection
Abjection Ab*jec"tion, n. [F. abjection, L. abjectio.]
1. The act of bringing down or humbling. ``The abjection of
the king and his realm.' --Joe.
2. The state of being rejected or cast out. [R.]
An adjection from the beatific regions where God,
and his angels and saints, dwell forever. --Jer.
3. A low or downcast state; meanness of spirit; abasement;
That this should be termed baseness, abjection of
mind, or servility, is it credible? --Hooker.
Meaning of Abjection from wikipedia
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- "socialism has bankrupted
the oil-rich nation
poverty." On January
23, 2019, Maduro announced
- have put themselves between
and the victims. That was abject
felt that if he and Hill were younger, they "could...
- societies which
have enslaved their fellow human beings
them to abject
poverty. ... It has, perhaps above
system. Creed further acknowledges abjection
the notion utilized
Kristeva, abjection according
is the failure
- falsified confession
evidence. In the case, she argued
that only abject physical brutality would warrant
of prosecutorial misconduct
- as the House
me, whose servant
I am here." Charles abjectly declared
"all my birds
have flown", and was forced
to retire, empty-handed...
19 May 2013. natural disasters
insurgencies, abject poverty
kleptocrats, and an economy
to acts of tyranny since
"custom and use shall
make us as tame and abject
slaves, as the blacks
we rule over with such arbitrary
sway". That July...
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