abasement


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a lowering in or deprivation of character or self-esteem

Synonyms for abasement

depriving one of self-esteem

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But the former under- stood in dismay that Anne was actually enjoying her valley of humiliation--was reveling in the thoroughness of her abasement. Where was the wholesome punishment upon which she, Marilla, had plumed herself?
"For what end," thought she, giving vent to that feeling of hostility which is the only real abasement of the poor in presence of the rich,--"for what good end, in the wisdom of Providence, does that woman live?
We have to choose between FATF's grey list and abasement lest we face the same fate as was met by the Mughal girls dancing before Ghulam Qadir Rohilla.
About US President Donald Trump's telephonic conversation with PM Khan on Tuesday, she said the prime minister briefed Mr Trump on how Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was heading towards a genocide in India-held Kashmir and how under a constant curfew, humanity was being subjected to utter abasement. Mr Khan also discussed with Mr Trump how all basic rights of the Kashmiri after being landlocked were being trampled.
And the putative Speaker's head is awkwardly around the President's waist - Cayetano is engaged in a grim act of abasement, rather than ritual respect.
But when it is accompanied by a demand to fight for the "truth" one supports until the total abasement of its enemies, it becomes supremely dangerous.
"The attendance of Khaled al-Yamani [the foreign minister of the former Yemeni regime] in the ludicrous conference points to the abasement of traitors to Yemen.
While the people seem primed to revel in disorder, the template for leadership in the continent is that of heinous abasement. The political leadership derives enormous personal profit from societal failures.
For modern China the opium wars are a symbol of national abasement; the painful counterpoint to its present-day might.
In Hollywood, they became a means of narrating a fear of black bodies and the potential abasement of white women.
But abasement and eagerness to pay will increase the EU's bullying, not make it go away.
For we're reduced to such radical and awful abasement.
It said that poverty eradication is important to combat international terrorism, women and children abasement and drug trafficking, arms smuggling, human trafficking, sea piracy and transitional crimes.
The sense of disrespect and a kind of abasement visited upon the "Mission" is so visible, vivid and noticeable to the point that it tips you to 'smells a rat" from what they say.
Their advice to party activists to "move the conversation on" when voters raise the subject of immigration gives a distinct impression of duplicity and abasement, which hardly inspires great confidence in the party's capacity to run the country with a general election fast approaching.