Abject/ab·ject/áb jèkt


  • miserable: allowing no hope of improvement or relief;
  • utterly hopeless, miserable, humiliating, or wretched: sunk to or existing in a low state or condition
  • shamelessly servile; slavish; cast down in spirit:  servile, spiritless; showing hopelessness or resignation
  • Obsolete . cast aside.
  • expressing or offered in a humble and often ingratiating spirit; very humble : feeling or showing shame; very weak : lacking courage or strength
  • despicable: utterly despicable or contemptible

Origin:  1400–50;  late Middle English


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