Abase sentence example

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  • The demotion did not abase his credibility with his peers.
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  • You should abase yourselves as miserable friends.
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  • Don't abase your cousin by making fun of his accent.
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  • The mother-in-law would demean her, as a way to abase the young wife in the son's eyes.
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  • Matthew would abase others in an attempt to elevate himself.
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  • The congressman refused to abase himself in front of his fellow politicians.
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  • Although desperate for cash, I won't abase myself in this demeaning job any longer.
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  • Elizabeth wouldn't deign to abase herself before her parents.
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  • As a minister of the Church he felt his duty and his interest equally concerned in the support of her cause; nor could he fail to discover the inevitable tendency of Whig doctrines, whatever caresses individual Whigs might bestow on individual clergymen, to abase the Establishment as a corporation.
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