Definition of Abjects

1. Noun. (plural of abject) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of abject) ¹

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Definition of Abjects

1. abject [v] - See also: abject

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abjects

abjad numeral
abjad numerals
abjads
abject
abjected
abjectedness
abjecter
abjectest
abjecting
abjections
abjective
abjectly
abjectnesses
abjects (current term)
abjoint
abjointed
abjointing
abjoints
abjudge
abjudged
abjudges
abjudging
abjudicate
abjudicated
abjudicates
abjudicating
abjudication
abjudications

Literary usage of Abjects

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1. A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers (1835)
"... and laid their net to destroy him guiltless : the very abjects came together against him, they gaped upon him with their mouths, they sharpened their ..."

2. The Five Great Skeptical Dramas of History by JOHN. OWEN (1896)
"To abjects of this sort Job has become an object of derision and insult. It does not seem quite certain whether his friends, or, rather, their ancestors, ..."

3. The Kingdom of God: Or, Christ's Teaching According to the Synoptical Gospels by Alexander Balmain Bruce (1897)
"... the kingdom was: a kingdom of grace in order to lie a kingdom of holiness, The altitude of Jesus towards the social abjects is in many ways significant. ..."

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