Degradation or humiliation of oneself, especially because of feelings of guilt or inferiority.(noun)
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Use "self-abasement" in a sentence
"Europe's self-abasement comes just weeks after the last round of Eurozone crisis mismanagement."
"If Gervais has the biggest head in comedy, Merchant now establishes himself as the king of self-abasement."
"Or inspire some awful comparison bug that would cause us all to sink into a miserable heap of self-abasement?"