Abolish and Retract


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

Retract is a synonym for abolish in discontinue topic. In some cases you can use "Retract" instead a verb "Abolish".

Nearby Words: abolition, abolishing, abolishment


Retract verb - To solemnly or formally reject or go back on (as something formerly adhered to).

Abolish is a synonym for retract. Sometimes you can use "Abolish" instead a verb "Retract".

Common collocations

part abolish part retract part
order abolish order retract order
article abolish article retract article
research abolish research retract research
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