English words and Examples of Usage

use "abolish" in a sentence

Vote for me or my opponent will abolish Wall Street and steal all your money!

If NDP Leader Tom Mulcair is elected he has vowed to abolish the upper chamber.

And abolish these unconstitutional security bills, Shii shouted as the crowd cheered.

The pope noted that U.S. bishops have renewed their call to abolish capital punishment.

Sure, there's a concentration of power, but we're not saying abolish all independent officers.

“Sure, there’s a concentration of power, but we’re not saying abolish all independent officers.”

In 1989, it became the first fraternity to abolish pledging from its organization, the website said.

They decided to abolish the old restriction.Hellerick

I will abolish capital punishment.

We should abolish the death penalty.

They expel all non-believers, and abolish money and private property.

We must abolish the death penalty.

Mr Shanmugaratnam chose to abolish the fees as they were losing their relevance.

Hansen called on President Barack Obama to abolish mountaintop coal mining.

Belva Lockwood once observed that we can't abolish prejudice through laws, but we can set up guidelines for our actions by legislation.

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