abaser

abaser

(əˈbeɪsə)
n
a person who abases
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abase (1393); 1: abasing (1555; -ing, 1555; -ance, 1671); 2: abasement (1561); 3: abaser (1650); 6: abasing (1665); 8: abased (1611); 15: abasedly (1571); 16: abasedness (1900); 17: abasement (1611).
at 509 ("que sicome le Roy per son prerogative poet faire moneys de quel matter & forme luy plerra, & establisher le standard de ceo, issint poet il changer son money en substance & impression, & enhaunser ou abaser le value de ceo, ou tout ousterment decrier & adnuller ceo").
Just slather with the bulldust blather and some of the seeds of bombast are sure to reach the ears of those "fertile-soil journalists" and human rights abasers, who are not interested in checking the facts first.