English words and Examples of Usage

use "abolitionist" in a sentence

African-American abolitionist Maria Stewart once declared, If I conceived of there being no possibility of my rising above the condition of servant, I would gladly hail death as a welcome messenger.

Peloquin ran for the Abolitionist Party in the 1993 Canadian federal election.

The church also had a landmark role in abolitionist activities.

He had printed many abolitionist tracts and distributed them throughout the area.

She co-fou

nder of the abolitionist movement in Germany.

Early life and career Shaw was born in Boston to a prominent abolitionist family.

Daniel was an ardent abolitionist in his ministry.

The Black Abolitionist Papers: Vol.

III: The United States, 1830-1846, p. 9. UNC Press.

Joshua Reed Giddings was a prominent abolitionist who served as a US Representative from 1838 to 1859.

The Rev. Asa Turner, Jr., a noted abolitionist, was the pastor of

the congregation in its early years.

He said he was an abolitionist, rather than a total pacifist: I'm for killing the institution of war.

John Brown was a militant abolitionist who advocated guerrilla warfare to com

bat pro-slavery advocates.

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