Definition of abject:
scurvy, hapless, depleted, modest, poor, blue, measly, contemptible, miserable, study atmean, deplorable, grim, woful, sound, pure, humiliated, in-depth, degraded, pitiable, unhopeful, submissive, broken, despicable, crushed, paltry, wretched, outright, obsequious, moving, downcast, pathetic, dispirited, gloomy, resigned, touching, menial, downhearted, mean, low, humble, lowly, pitiful, woeful, down, total, unfortunate, low-toned, unadulterated, good, depressed, low-spirited, hopeless, funky, low-pitched, piteous, servile, suffering, lamentable, low-down, down in the mouth, base, slavish, mournful, utter, resounding, thorough, scummy, misfortunate, humbled, small, execrable, sorrowful.
- "She Buildeth Her House", Will Comfort.
- "Tomaso's Fortune and Other Stories", Henry Seton Merriman.
- "The Unbearable Bassington", Saki.