Meaning of abjectness in English:

abjectness

Pronunciation /ˈabdʒɛktnəs/

noun

See abject

‘He must shoulder some responsibility for the abjectness of the past season.’
  • ‘United's abjectness was pivotal to them being routed by Rangers on Wednesday.’
  • ‘Is there no limit to the abjectness of the Church's response to terror?’
  • ‘The worst humiliation of contemporary religious life is the abjectness of needing God and a community badly enough even to sit through this.’
  • ‘The former dictator was the picture of bedraggled abjectness: mouth forced open, eyes staring glassily.’