abjective

adjective
ab·ject·ive | \(ˈ)ab¦jektiv\

Definition of abjective 

: tending to make abject

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First Known Use of abjective

1775, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for abjective

abject entry 1 + -ive entry 1

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Dictionary Entries near abjective

abiuret

abject

abjection

abjective

abjoint

abjudge

abjunction

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