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The Count of Monte Cristo
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abject
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • I often ask pardon of God, I swear to you, because this action, the only one with which I have seriously to reproach myself in all my life, is no doubt the cause of my abject condition.
  • Danglars, who thought himself threatened (certain consciences are never calm),—Danglars even before his guests showed a countenance of abject terror.

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  • She grew up in abject poverty; though she didn’t know it.
  • an abject apology

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