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Meanings of Abetment:

noun

The act of helping or encouraging someone to do something wrong or illegal

Usage examples:

Such acts will be treated as abetment to fraud., it would be wrong to treat the offence of abetment…

Meanings of Abets:

verb

Encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime.

Usage examples:

He was not guilty of murder but was guilty of aiding and abetting others

Meanings of Abettal:

noun

Abetment.

Meanings of Abettals:

noun

Abetment.

Meanings of Abetted:

verb

Encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime.

Usage examples:

He was not guilty of murder but was guilty of aiding and abetting others

Meanings of Abetter:

noun

A person who encourages or assists someone to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime.

Usage examples:

She pleaded guilty to manslaughter as an aider and abettor

Meanings of Abetters:

noun

A person who encourages or assists someone to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime.

Usage examples:

She pleaded guilty to manslaughter as an aider and abettor

Meanings of Abetting:

verb

Encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime.

Usage examples:

He was not guilty of murder but was guilty of aiding and abetting others

Meanings of Abettor:

noun

A person who encourages or assists someone to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime.

Usage examples:

She pleaded guilty to manslaughter as an aider and abettor

Meanings of Abettors:

noun

A person who encourages or assists someone to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime.

Usage examples:

She pleaded guilty to manslaughter as an aider and abettor

Meanings of Abey:

verb

To put in abeyance, suspend; to put aside.

Meanings of Abeyance:

noun

A state of temporary disuse or suspension.

Usage examples:

Matters were held in abeyance pending further enquiries

Meanings of Abhinaya:

noun

(in indian dance) expressive techniques used to convey a theme, mood, or idea.

Usage examples:

The closer the spectator is to the dancer, the greater impact the abhinaya will have.

Meanings of Abhor:

verb

Regard with disgust and hatred.

Usage examples:

He abhorred sexism in every form

Meanings of Abhorred:

verb

Regard with disgust and hatred.

Usage examples:

He abhorred sexism in every form

Meanings of Abhorrence:

noun

A feeling of revulsion; disgusted loathing.

Usage examples:

The thought of marrying him filled her with abhorrence

Meanings of Abhorrent:

adjective

Inspiring disgust and loathing; repugnant.

Usage examples:

Racism was abhorrent to us all

Meanings of Abhorrible:

adjective

That excites hatred, loathing, or disgust; detestable, abominable.

Meanings of Abhorring:

verb

Regard with disgust and hatred.

Usage examples:

He abhorred sexism in every form

Present participle of abhor

Meanings of Abhors:

verb

Regard with disgust and hatred.

Usage examples:

He abhorred sexism in every form

Meanings of Abib:

noun

In the ancient hebrew calendar: the first month of the ecclesiastical year and the seventh of the civil year, corresponding to the latter part of march and the early part of april.

Meanings of Abide:

verb

Accept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation).

Usage examples:

I said i would abide by their decision

Abide by

əˈbaɪd

Meanings of Abide by:

idiom

Act in accordance with rules, commands, or wishes

phrasal verb

To accept or obey an agreement, decision, rule, etc.

Usage examples:

Competitors must abide by the judges’ decision.

Abide-it

əˈbaɪd

Meanings of Abide-it:

phrasal verb

To accept or obey an agreement, decision, rule, etc.

Usage examples:

Competitors must abide by the judges’ decision.

Meanings of Abided:

verb

Accept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation).

Usage examples:

I said i would abide by their decision

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