Abolish and Institute


Abolish verb - To put an end to by formal action.
Usage example: the U.S. abolished slavery by constitutional amendment on December 6, 1865

Institute is an antonym for abolish in do away with topic.

Nearby Words: abolition, abolishing, abolishment


Institute verb - To be responsible for the creation and early operation or use of.
Usage example: Elizabeth Cady Stanton is generally credited with instituting the women's-rights movement in 1848

Abolish is an antonym for institute in establish topic.

Common collocations

religion abolish religion institute religion
post abolish post institute post
order abolish order institute order
system abolish system institute system
Other words: rule, law, republic, penalty, senate, parliament, practices, laws, governments.
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