Abolish and Revoke

Abolish

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

Revoke is a synonym for abolish in cancel topic. In some cases you can use "Revoke" instead a verb "Abolish", when it comes to topics like do away with, rescind, abrogate. popular alternative
Nearby Words: abolition, abolishing, abolishment
Synonyms for Abolish

Revoke

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Revoke verb – To put an end to (something planned or previously agreed to).
Abolish is a synonym for revoke in cancel topic. You can use "Abolish" instead a verb "Revoke", if it concerns topics such as abrogate. popular alternative
Nearby Words: revoked, revocation, revoking
Synonyms for Revoke

Common collocations

order abolish order revoke order
right abolish right revoke right
army abolish army revoke army
rule abolish rule revoke rule
Other nouns: laws.
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