Thesaurus / abolish

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All that was true before the advent of the 60-vote supermajority requirement, and it will be true if that requirement is abolished.
Either the filibuster is a worthy rule that the Senate should honor or it isn’t, and it should be abolished or reformed.
The Convention met on the 21st of September, and its first act was to abolish the ancient monarchy and proclaim France a republic.
But you cannot, nor can I for your sake, abolish the things which have been.
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
But to continue the argument, suppose we abolish the bookseller, as has been proposed.
If we could abolish monogamic or romantic love, the country would be dotted with Maiden Assizes.
A CHESTERTON CALENDARG. K. CHESTERTON
Socialism does not propose to abolish property or distribute wealth.
Any form of effort demanding the attention will, as a general rule, lessen their frequency or abolish them altogether.
And yet absolutism in itself is not to be defended; it is what enlightened nations are now striving to abolish.
Consequently, the more thorough-going designers of Utopia have proposed to abolish this awkward difference.

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