A'bjectness. n.s. [from abject.] The same with abjection; servility, meanness.
Servility and abjectness of humour is implicitely involved in the charge of lying; the condescending to that, being a mark of a disingenuous spirit. Government of the Tongue, § 8.
By humility I mean not the abjectness of a base mind: but a prudent care not to over-value ourselves upon any account. Grew's Cosmologia Sacra, b. ii. c. 7.