Definition of 'abjection'
Example sentences containing 'abjection'
He is slumping in despair and abjection, a feeling he is becoming increasingly used to during these days of prosecution evidence.THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE (2002)
She was a perfect picture of abjection, seated between two white-brassarded irregulars with pre-1914 rifles slung.DISPLACED PERSON (2002)
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Definition of abjection from the Collins English Dictionary
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