abasement


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Synonyms for 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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It is thus far unknown what abasement or compensation from the university administration will be required to regain the favor of this group.
She was able to live down the shame and abasement of two failed marriages and exercised her right of choice of staying married or returning to her father's house.
That's not just a very funny but also a very shrewd characterization, perfectly encapsulating the Trudeaupian state's abasement before transnational pieties--to the point where we regard it as entirely natural that Canadian foreign policy has nothing to do with national interest (assuming we still have one) or even basic morality.
Forty-eight people interviewed, 13 under caution, yet only Levy and Des Smith, a Labour schools adviser, have faced public abasement.
Of the Company's Victorian commanders, Charles Napier stands out: A political radical given to "strange alterations of self-exaltation and self abasement," he is described in mid-battle, riding so close to the front lines that he is singed by powder while "pouring out torrents of blasphemous exhortation": "His appearance was so strange that the Baluchis might well have mistaken him for a demon.
That was the story of Larry Summers: good instincts undergirded by a habit of capitulation and abasement.
but I felt my gorge rising when I read what poor, unappreciated, bedrock of his community, selfless teammate, picture of self abasement and humility Chad Johnson had to say in the Oct.
Apparently it's required viewing for psychology students looking at the human capacity for public self abasement in the quest for celebrity status.
Thus an American post-Revolutionary essay lauded the benefits of monogamous love contrasted to the ways of the harem: "Behold in the seraglios human nature at the lowest point of abasement.
It takes on a tutelary frame when in its abasement its speakers opine, "we have perhaps sinned against thee and against our fellow-creatures in many instances of which we have no remembrance" (454).
Undaunted, the political studies group believed they could uncover the causes of Europe's political abasement and revive its more liberal political traditions.
As a result, collectivists have strong needs for affiliation, abasement, and nurturance.
When we went to collect them they were just sitting in abasement,but they were in good condition and I knew they would be of value to somebody.
Scales that are particularly useful in studying the personality profiles of honors students include: achievement (ach), deference (def), order (ord), exhibition (exh), autonomy (aut), affiliation (aff), intraception (int), succorance (suc), dominance (dom), abasement (aba), nurturance (nur), change (chg), endurance (end), and aggression (agg).