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abolish to do away with; put a stop to; end. [2 definitions]
abolishable combined form of abolish.
abolition the act of doing away with or putting an end to; the act of abolishing or state of being abolished. [2 definitions]
abolitionism advocacy of or legal movement toward abolition, esp. of slavery in the United States.
abolitionist of or pertaining to Abolition. [2 definitions]
abomasum the fourth stomach chamber of cud-chewing mammals such as cows, in which food is digested.
A-bomb an atomic bomb.
abominable deserving of disgust; hateful. [2 definitions]
Abominable Snowman a large manlike animal covered with hair, said to live in the Himalayas; yeti.
abominate to have an intense aversion to; loathe; detest. [2 definitions]
abomination something that is detestable, hated, or abhorred. [2 definitions]
aboriginal of or relating to aborigines. [3 definitions]
aborigine an original or first inhabitant of an area, esp. a member of a tribe native to Australia. [2 definitions]
aborning coming into existence or achieving realization.
abort to experience the end of a pregnancy before the fetus is able to survive. [6 definitions]
abortifacient causing abortion. [2 definitions]
abortion the termination of a pregnancy before the fetus is able to survive. [4 definitions]
abortionist one who performs abortions, esp. illegally.
abortive failing to achieve a desired end; unsuccessful; fruitless. [3 definitions]
ABO system a classification system for the inherited antigens found on the surface of human red blood cells, which determine compatibility for blood transfusions.
abound to be found or available in a large amount or number. [2 definitions]