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Abject- Definition:ab·ject [áb jèkt, ab jékt] adjective  1.  miserable: allowing no hope of improvement or relief abject poverty   2.  humble: extremely or excessively humble, e.g. in making an apology or request an abject apology   3.  despicable: utterly despicable or contemptible abject cruelty     [15th century. < Latin abjectus, past participle of abjicere

Abject- Definition:

ab·ject [áb jèkt, ab jékt] adjective 1. miserable: allowing no hope of improvement or relief abject poverty 2. humble: extremely or excessively humble, e.g. in making an apology or request an abject apology 3. despicable: utterly despicable or contemptible abject cruelty [15th century. < Latin abjectus, past participle of abjicere "throw away, reject" < jacere "throw"] -ab·jec·tion [ab jéksh'n], noun -ab·ject·ly [áb jektlee], adverb -ab·ject·ness [áb jektn?ss, ab jéktn?ss], noun

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