Origin of abase
OTHER WORDS FROM abasea·base·ment, nouna·bas·er, nounun·a·bas·ing, adjective
Words nearby abase
How to use abase in a sentence
Fortunately, however, there are New Year’s traditions that don’t involve wearing silly hats or abasing yourself in front of an ice luge.
I knew she would treat me with the same indifference, and only feel a wondering contempt that I should so abase myself.The Making of a Saint|William Somerset Maugham
Viewed from afar, the town seemed to abase itself in the presence of the architectural preminence of that monarch of buildings.Under the Rose|Frederic Stewart Isham
He had a foolish impulse to tear it down and to abase himself with a plea for pardon before the silent beast behind the bars.Kings in Exile|Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts