Word of the Day Monday (Abject)

The word of the day is abject.

Abject (adjective, AB-jekt)- sunk to or existing in a low state or condition : very bad or severe. cast down in spirit : servilespiritless. showing hopelessness or resignation. expressing or offered in a humble and often ingratiating spirit.

Examples of use:

The youth offered an abject apology for his misdeed. 

“We tend not to dwell on the provenance of cheap gizmos. Periodically, we’re moved to outrage, even boycott, by revelations of the abject conditions in which certain items are produced; then we move on.” — Stephen Phillips, Datebook (The San Francisco Chronicle), 26 Jan. 2021

Words to Deceive

The man he speaks

With all the lies he reeks

Abject truths spew from his mouth

No sincerity can be found

Look deep within those words

For the masses and herds

Many believe what is said

These words they are fed

Keep spooning it in and all will believe

These words he uses to decieve

© Chris Chonos


 

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