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abase

to humiliate, degrade

abate

to reduce, lessen

abdicate

to give up a position, usually one of leadership

abduct

to kidnap, take by force

aberration

something that differs from the norm

abet

to aid, help, encourage

abhor

to hate, detest

abide

to stay or put up with

abject

wretched, pitiful

abjure

to reject, renounce (under oath)

abnegation

denial (1.the denial and rejection of a doctrine or belief; 2. renunciation of your own interests in favor of the interests of others)

abort

to give up on a half-finished project or effort

abridge

to cut down, shorten

abrogate

to abolish, usually by authority

abscond

to sneak away and hide

absolution

freedom from blame, guilt, sin (the condition of being formally forgiven by a priest in the sacrament of penance)

abstain

to freely choose not to commit an action

abstruse

hard to comprehend

accede

to agree

accentuate

to stress, highlight

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