n. 卑鄙, 落魄, 抛弃, 驱逐
- We protest this vile abjection of youth to age.
- I simply cannot put up with your abjection to his patronizing tone.
[ noun ]
a low or downcast state
each confession brought her into an attitude of abasement
Abjection \Ab*jec"tion\ ([a^]b*j[e^]k"sh[u^]n), n. [F.
abjection, L. abjectio.]
1. The act of bringing down or humbling. ``The abjection of
the king and his realm.'' --Joye.
2. The state of being rejected or cast out. [R.]
An abjection from the beatific regions where God,
and his angels and saints, dwell forever. --Jer.
3. A low or downcast state; meanness of spirit; abasement;
That this should be termed baseness, abjection of
mind, or servility, is it credible? --Hooker.