Dictionary

Abolish

The dictionary definition of “abolish” is a verb meaning to formally put an end to something, typically a system, practice, or institution.

Use cases:
1. Legal and governmental contexts: Referring to the elimination of laws, regulations, or policies.
2. Social and cultural contexts: Describing the cessation of practices or customs deemed outdated or harmful.
3. Historical contexts: Discussing the abolishment of slavery, rights, or privileges.

Examples In Sentence:
1. The government decided to abolish the death penalty after extensive public debate.
2. Slavery was abolished in the United States by the Emancipation Proclamation.
3. The new law aims to abolish unfair practices in the workplace.

Related words:
1. Abrogate
2. Repeal
3. Annul
4. Nullify
5. Eradicate

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