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Abject situation
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Abject situation: Miserable set of circumstances, wretched situation
Abjectedness
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Abjectedness: A very abject or low condition abjectness. [R.] Boyle.
Abjection
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Abjection: The act of bringing down or humbling. "The abjection of the kingand his realm." Joe. The state of being rejected or cast out. [R.]An adjection from the beatifi
Abjectness
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Abjectness: The state of being abject abasement meanness servility.Grew.
Abjudicate
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Abjudicate: To reject by judicial sentence also, to abjudge. [Obs.] Ash.
Abjunctive
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Abjunctive: Exceptional. [R.]It is this power which leads on from the accidental and abjunctive tothe universal. I. Taylor.
Abjuration
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Abjuration: The act of abjuring or forswearing a renunciation upon oath as,abjuration of the realm, a sworn banishment, an oath taken to leavethe country and never to ret
Abkhaz
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Abkhaz: Autonomic province of Georgia on the Black Sea northwest Caucasian language of Abkhazia language spoken in Georgia and Turkey
Abkhazia
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Abkhazia: Autonomous republic in the European country of Georgia
Ablactation
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Ablactation: The weaning of a child from the breast, or of young beasts fromtheir dam. Blount. (Hort.) The process of grafting now called inarching, or grafting byapproac
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