ALL meanings of abject

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  • adjective abject You use abject to emphasize that a situation or quality is extremely bad. 3
  • graded adjective abject If you describe someone as abject, you think they have no courage or respect for themselves. 3
  • adjective abject utterly wretched or hopeless 3
  • adjective abject miserable; forlorn; dejected 3
  • adjective abject indicating humiliation; submissive 3
  • adjective abject contemptible; despicable; servile 3
  • adjective abject of the lowest degree; miserable; wretched 3
  • adjective abject lacking self-respect; degraded 3
  • noun abject (of a situation or condition) Extremely bad, unpleasant, and degrading. 1
  • adjective abject wretched, miserable 1
  • adjective abject low, degrading 1
  • adjective abject utterly hopeless, miserable, humiliating, or wretched: abject poverty. 1
  • adjective abject contemptible; despicable; base-spirited: an abject coward. 1
  • adjective abject shamelessly servile; slavish. 1
  • adjective abject Obsolete. cast aside. 1
  • noun abject A person in the lowest and most despicable condition; a castaway; outcast. 0
  • verb abject (Transitive Verb) OBS To cast off or out; to reject. 0
  • verb abject (Transitive Verb) OBS To cast down; hence, to abase; to degrade; to lower; to debase. 0
  • adjective abject (Obsolete (No longer in use)) Rejected; cast aside. 0
  • adjective abject Sunk to or existing in a low condition, state, or position. 0
  • adjective abject Cast down in spirit or hope; degraded; servile; grovelling; despicable; lacking courage; offered in a humble and often ingratiating spirit. 0
  • adjective abject Showing utter hopelessness, helplessness; showing resignation; wretched. 0
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