the condition of being servile, wretched, or contemptible.
the act of humiliating.
Mycology. the release of spores by a fungus.
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How to use abjection in a sentence
It also draws teens to brooding music, and never more so than in the ’90s, when alt-rock invaded the Top 40 and suddenly you could hear Kurt Cobain or PJ Harvey screaming about abjection on the radio.What the Yellowjackets Season 1 Finale Reveals About the Show’s Wild Teen Matriarchy | Judy Berman | January 17, 2022 | Time
There is no more abjection in the colonial status than in any other.England, Canada and the Great War | Louis-Georges Desjardins
abjection is not the result of the faithful discharge of duty, however trying the circumstances may be.England, Canada and the Great War | Louis-Georges Desjardins
But even as she measures and exults in the abjection of herself, a voice whispers in her soul that this is not the way.Browning's Heroines | Ethel Colburn Mayne
Why, without her it would fall into a state of indolence and degradation, even of utter abjection.Rambles in Womanland | Max O'Rell
Here the patience, the beauty, the abjection before the Devilish-Divine; there the defiance, the cult of the proud self.Appearances | Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson