Synonyms for ABASE

Usage Examples for ABASE

  1. Thus we place no garland around the vices of the human race: thus we abase, and thus we exalt: thus are we humbled to the dust, thus are we raised to the highest heavens. - "Modern Substitutes for Christianity" by Pearson McAdam Muir
  2. He was now anxious to abase himself before the lady at the bookstall. - "The Simpkins Plot" by George A. Birmingham
  3. I bless His Majesty, and abase myself, because I am still more deeply in His debt; and I believe that He makes my desire to serve Him grow, and my love revive. - "The Life of St. Teresa of Jesus" by Teresa of Avila
  4. I doubt if the best woman in Christendom would so reproach and abase herself, if convicted of even a worse sin than the secret use of those stimulants for which the charny is a Martial equivalent. - "Across the Zodiac" by Percy Greg
  5. " Then, as you wish them abased and tormented, you must help me to abase and torment mine- my husband, and Lord Lovat-" " Lord Lovat!" - "The Billow and the Rock" by Harriet Martineau