They stood knee-deep in the clutter and lumber, facing each other abjectly.
I never saw a man so abjectly sorry for anything in my life.
The man had insulted him grossly, and had apologised as abjectly; that was his view of the incident.
She was frightened—hideously, abjectly, miserably frightened.
So they're as abjectly subject to The Master as their slaves are to them.
He was abjectly in love and abjectly submissive, and Claudia had never been so kind.
We need, and abjectly so I may say, an esthetic concept of our own.
Does that make Him a great tyrant, who only wants to be abjectly worshipped?
His polished manners seemed to me abjectly servile with Edmee.
"Perhaps it might be called a row-boat, sir," I said abjectly.