from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Tending to abase; demoralizing: as, abjective influence.
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But we've also possibly reached a point where this has been institutionalized, a permanent state of abjective reality.
But all this expenditure will be prove to be fruitless as Ken's TfL quango have made it their next abjective to further close ticket offices.
So we have these problems that, let's face it, brought me to the presidency in 1992 -- the abjective conditions that Americans were groping to come to grips with.