- A few selections purely for the purposes of self-abasement follow.
- It involves, onstage or off, complete self-abasement and (again whether in life or on stage) is very painful.
- Each character, from the children to the elders, responds to Grace's self-abasement by enacting the expected role of brute in their own particular way.
- Sam would be kept away from pop music and television but would study the viola as a salutary form of self-abasement.
- What's conservative about demanding people submit to public self-abasement?
- The result was a lengthy and noisy competition in self-abasement and mutual re-assurance.
- By exacerbating the contradiction between self-determination and self-abasement, the way was cleared for an epochal resolution.
- The self-abasement, you'll have noticed, is rhetorical.
- These are matters which have, to be sure, the appearance of wisdom in self-made religion and self-abasement and severe treatment of the body, but are of no value against fleshly indulgence.
- Their regiment was then disbanded in disgrace - a uniquely Canadian act of self-abasement for which, naturally, the Canadians received no international credit.
- I realized that this self-abasement or internalized moralistic rebuke was what I had been writing about from the very beginning.
- From clinical examinations, most NE children suffer from mental problems such as depression, self-abasement and difficulties in dealing with personal relations.
- Is she bowed down before God in prostration of need, in conscious dejection of unworthiness, in passionate self-abasement and desire for that renewal which comes through renunciation?
- They incorrectly insist on self-abasement, worship of angels, and the centrality of visions.
- Voluntary self-abasement is also a trait of a showman