Abjection (noun)

The state of being low or downcast in spirit; misery, degradation, or degradation.

Origin:

From latin abjectionem, from abicere ("to cast away, reject.")

Examples:

  1. His abjection was evident in the way he hung his head and refused to make eye contact.
  2. She felt a deep sense of abjection after the breakup.
  3. The abjection in the slum was unbearable.
  4. The abjection in the refugee camp was indescribable.
  5. The abjection of poverty was a daily reality for many people in the area.
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