Synonym: abolishment. Similar words: volition, coalition, litigation, abolish, politic, politics, political, politically. Meaning: [‚æbəʊ'lɪʃn] n. the act of abolishing a system or practice or institution (especially abolishing slavery).
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(1) They declared for the abolition of slavery.
(2) The slaves got freedom after the abolition of slavery.
(3) His most significant political achievement was the abolition of the death penalty.
(4) William Wilberforce campaigned for the abolition of slavery.
(5) Their discussion centred around the abolition of slavery.
(6) They preach the abolition of established systems but prose nothing to replace them.
(7) Islanders have campaigned for the abolition of one of the three tiers of municipal power on the island.
(8) They preach the abolition of established systems but propose nothing to replace them.
(9) Abraham Lincoln campaigned for the abolition of slavery, he succeeded.
(10) Sadly, because of abolition, it was also the last.
(11) It demanded the abolition of the Family Code.
(12) The abolition of the transfer system is inevitable.
(13) We therefore recommend the abolition of this rule.
(14) Both agencies are targeted for abolition by Republicans.
(15) The abolition of car tax is a good idea.
(16) We also welcome the abolition of the binary divide.
(17) Other changes included the abolition of the death penalty.
(18) It offers to those who demand quality the abolition of the Audit Commission, something to which it is pledged.
(19) With the Council's abolition in that year the Liverpool museums were given the statue of national museums and funded as such.
(20) The abolition of excise duty in 1853 heralded a period of growth and prosperity for the soap industry.
(21) Mr. Eadie Will the Prime Minister consider the abolition of standing charges to pensioners by the private monopolies?
(22) To expect Paul to call for the abolition of slavery at this point in time is to be guilty of unhistorical thinking.
(23) A composite motion demanding the straight forward abolition of the block vote was defeated on a show of hands.
(24) For campaigners for the abolition of corporal punishment this will have been a setback.
(25) The abolition of capital punishment and reform of the law on homosexuality came about in a similar way.
(26) Why should abolition not apply to the poll tax during what are allegedly its last two years?
(27) The final blow for many firms was the government's abolition of import duties.
(28) Nevertheless, the global trend, promoted by the United Nations[sentencedict.com/abolition.html], is towards abolition in all countries.
(29) According to the first view, inspiration is an enhancement of natural, rational discernment, not a suspension or abolition.
(30) The new policy of openness has led to the abolition of censorship and to a welcome return to Leninist cultural pluralism.
More similar words: volition, coalition, litigation, abolish, politic, politics, political, politically, politician, political party, abortion, edition, abomination, sedition, addition, ambition, position, fruition, tradition, condition, munitions, collaboration, proliferation, in addition, conditions, exhibition, composition, opposition, expedition, transition.