1. Tending to degrade, humiliate, or demoralize: the Abjective influences of his early life.
2. Abjective — Modular Synth Live at Fields / Gorky Park / Moscow
3. Amach’i — Shelter of The Dead (A/V Live at GAMMA Festival) Abjective — Podcasts
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4. Vadim Pantin is the founder of several musical projects (Abjective, Amachi, DomainMeta, Sejectiøn), the sound-designer, the producer and the co-owner of the British label Eonian Autumn Records
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5. Abjective - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
6. Abjective — ANTEQ [ DETROIT UNDERGROUND 2020]
7. Abjective — ANTEQ [Cassette Limited Edition] Cassette + Digital Album The name of the album is the unity and the struggle between two opposing concepts of Antique and Techologic.
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8. Abjective is a musical project which was created by two brothers Vadim (DomainMeta) and Eugene (Kenagenashi) Pantins in 2009
9. Abjective is a rare example of a quality electronic music that it necessary be able to listen avidly and attentively
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10. In different musical styles of Abjective there converge the sensitivity, trembling and the lightness of being, but also on the other side there are an overcome, hysteria, broken spirit and …
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11. Tending to degrade, humiliate, or demoralize the Abjective influences of his early life Most material © 2005, 1997, 1991 by Penguin Random House LLC
12. Abjective (comparative more Abjective, superlative most Abjective) Tending to make abject
13. Abjective: Tending to abase; demoralizing: as, Abjective influence
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14. But we've also possibly reached a point where this has been institutionalized, a permanent state of Abjective reality.
15. Abjective - Balance me by Abjective, released 25 October 2016 1
An adjective is a part of speech (or word class) that modifies a noun or a pronoun. In addition to their basic (or positive) forms (for example, big and beautiful), most adjectives have two other forms: comparative (bigger and more beautiful) and superlative (biggest and most beautiful).
Definition of adjective. : a word belonging to one of the major form classes in any of numerous languages and typically serving as a modifier of a noun to denote a quality of the thing named, to indicate its quantity or extent, or to specify a thing as distinct from something else The word red in "the red car" is an adjective.
An adjective usually comes right before a noun: "a red dress," "fifteen people.". When an adjective follows a linking verb such as be or seem, it is called a predicate adjective: "That building is huge," "The workers seem happy.". Most adjectives can be used as predicate adjectives, although some are always used before a noun.
Kids Definition of adjective. : a word that says something about a noun or pronoun In the phrases “good people,” “someone good,” “it's good to be here,” and “they seem very good” the word “good” is an adjective.