Definition of Abjections

1. Noun. (plural of abjection) ¹



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Definition of Abjections

1. abjection [n] - See also: abjection

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abjections

abiuret
abius
abiyuch
abiyuches
abjad
abjad numeral
abjad numerals
abjads
abject
abjected
abjectedness
abjecter
abjectest
abjecting
abjections (current term)
abjective
abjectly
abjectnesses
abjects
abjoint
abjointed
abjointing
abjoints
abjudge
abjudged
abjudges
abjudging
abjudicate

Literary usage of Abjections

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1. The London Medical Gazette (1840)
"... however, is open to many obvious serious abjections, which do not attach to the principle as carried out in the plans of Sir A. Cooper,Smith, Amesbury, ..."

2. T. Livii Patavini Historiarum libri qui supersunt by Livy, Georg Alexander Ruperti (1828)
"«eq. abjections animi ; alii ... et abjections animi m»ot] ita explicat : nulla iis cura adhibita; Sigon. ..."

3. The Greek Grammar of Frederick Thiersch by Friedrich Wilhelm von Thiersch (1830)
"Seidler remarked that abjections of dm sort took place chiefly in the narrations of messengers ... Reisig, that these abjections were found in weighty word? ..."

4. L'esprit de Saint François de Sales, evêque et prince de Genêve, recueilli by Jean-Pierre Camus (1745)
"... abjections , étoit à fon jugement la vraie pierre de touche de l'humilité, ... la recherche volontaire des humiliations & abjections , quand elles ne ..."

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