September 18

abject

abject. a, b, j, e, c, t. abject. That Michele Bachmann was a cunning congresswoman was not in doubt. However, it was clear to all but her most rabid supporters that a President Bachmann would quickly lead the United States to abject ruin.

/ˈæbdʒɛkt/

adjective. 1 a sunk to a law condition. b down in spirit or hope. c degraded. d servile. e groveling. f despicable. 2 a cast down. b low-lying.

That Michele Bachmann was a cunning congresswoman was not in doubt. However, it was clear to all but her most rabid supporters that a President Bachmann would quickly lead the United States to abject ruin.

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