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Definition of the noun Abjectness
What does Abjectness mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: abjectnesses
- The state of being abject; abasement; meanness; servility.
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Essays on Art, Politics, and Daily Life by Mira Schor
If modesty is an instinctive as well as an intellectually and morally based turn away from a histrionic bid for the limelight, then abjectness is a reaction formation to the artist's awareness of the difficulty of obtaining the limelight through painting ...
A Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous Or Parallel Expressions Designed as a Practical Guide to Aptness and Variety of Phraseology (1891)
by Richard Soule
Abjectness, abjection, vileness, baseness, cpntemptibleness, despicableness, ignominy, turpitude, infamy. 3* Humiliation, condescension, submission, submissive ness, resignation, humility, meekness, humbleness, lowliness, self- abasement.
by Byron Kaldis
An example of a metaphor performing such a function is Julia Kristeva's theory of abjectness. We can interpret this idea as another conceptual metaphor, namely, social abjectness is physical abjectness or social marginality is bodily ...
ABJECTNESS t Abjectness, (ab'jekt-nes) n. meanness ...
The Latter Being Entirely New by John Shakespear
Abjectness, contemptibleness. 2. Obsequiousness. P. els zulām, s. m. The colick. A. --Jé gillat (from J3) s. f. Baseness, vileness, meanness, contemptibleness, abjectness, dishonour, abasement, affront. - G3 zalk (Heb. Pon) s. m. A prompt and ...
A Dictionary of the Puk̲k̲h̲to Or Puk̲s̲h̲to Language, in which the Words are Traced to Their Sources in the Indian and Persian Languages (2001)
by Bellew H. C., Henry Walter Bellew
Abjectness, s. khwan ...
by J. M. Pinto
Uuno : kircoll; Abjectness, ab-jecl-iws, N. Cune- ponn : olkepoun: kircolhii. Abjuration, ab-ju-rei'-xlon, x; Pmmaunr sodduem. Abjure, ab-jn-ar, v. Aun diun soddunc. [asiolo. Able, fibl, A. Soctivont ; tanc- Ablution, ob-iuj,on. N. dovop. Abnegation ...
by Stanley Newman, Daniel Stark
forlorn, hangdog, ignoble, outcast, pitiful, servile 8 degraded, dejected, hopeless, penitent, pitiable, wretched 9 groveling, miserable, prostrate, worthless 10 deplorable, despicable, humiliated, submissive abjectly, act: 6 cringe abjectness: 10 ...
by William Chambers
abjection, ab-jek'shun, abjectness, ab'jekt-nes, n., a mean or low state; baseness. [condition. abjects, abjekts, m.pl., in B., persons of the lowest Abjure, ab-jöör', z.f., to swear away from ; to renounce on oath or solemnly :-for-£. abjūr'ing; Aa.
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Scrabble value of A1B3J8E1C3T1N1E1S1S1
The value of this 10-letter word is 21 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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