abiectus

abiectus, a, um, PAdj. m. Compar. u. Superl. (abicio), nur übtr.: I) nachlässig hingeworfen, wenig schwungvoll, prosaisch, senarii, Cic.: versus, Cic.: oratio humilis et abiecta (Ggstz. oratio nimis alta et exaggerata), Cic. – II) zu Boden gedrückt, a) der Stufe, dem Stande, Range nach, niedrig, gemein (Ggstz. amplus), verba, Cic.: actor, Cic.: familia abiecta atque obscura, Cic.: abiectissimum negotium, Val. Max. – b) dem moral. Halte nach, niedergebeugt, gedrückt, kleinmütig, verzagt, entmutigt, hoffnungslos, von Pers., Cic.: animus, Cic.: animus abiectior, Cic.: m. Genet. loc., multos sibi maestiores et abiectiores animi (im G.) visos, Liv. 9, 6, 11. – c) in moral. Beziehung, verächtlich, verworfen, contemptus, abiectus, Cic.: animus abiectissimus, Quint.: abiectior vita (scortorum), Aur. Vict.


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