Word of the day: Abject

abject (AB-jekt), adjective
Allowing no hope of improvement or relief. In a state of hopelessness, destitution, or resignation. Describes the most miserable kind of situation; the most wretched or degraded person or thing. Can also mean extremely humble, as in an apology or request. Rather than feeling pity, some might object to an abject thing or person.

The abject state of affairs in Gaza is horrifying and painful.

2 Comments

  • At 2009.01.08 11:04, Mohaly said:

    unfortunately, very true!

    • At 2009.01.11 13:00, jessyz said:

      @Mohaly: yes so sad.