abolish

[ uh-bol-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF abolish

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Then there was a debate upon the proposition to abolish the mission to Rome.

It is the highest power of divine moments that they abolish our contritions also.

If that which is should therefore remain, why abolish the slavery of men?

No proposition to abolish it ever was made in the Legislature thereafter.

His manner always was, as recorded, with the exception of one night, to preach on the very day that he was laboring to abolish.

It was far from the object of those who seized on the power of the Cæsars to abolish that power.

He was firm to the end in his effort to abolish the slave trade.

It did not abolish slavery, but simply repealed the previous act.

Abolish the system, and the sucklings will die of starvation.

They will abolish themselves when their work is done, but not before.

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