Definition of Abettal

1. Noun. The verbal act of urging on.

Exact synonyms: Abetment, Instigation
Generic synonyms: Encouragement
Derivative terms: Abet, Abet, Instigate



Definition of Abettal

1. n. Abetment.

Definition of Abettal

1. Noun. (rare) Abetment. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Abettal

1. abetment [n -S] - See also: abetment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abettal

aberuncators
abesses
abessive
abessive case
abessive cases
abessives
abet
abetalipoproteinaemias
abetalipoproteinemia
abetalipoproteinemias
abetdins
abetment
abetments
abets
abettal (current term)
abettals
abetted
abettee
abettees
abetter
abetters
abetting
abettor
abettors
abevacuation
abevacuations
abexinostat
abeyance
abeyances

Literary usage of Abettal

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1. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"assistance, help, aidance (rare), comfort (obs. or legal); spec, abettal or abetment (in wrongdoing), sustenance (rare or literary), support, succor, ..."

2. How the World Votes: The Story of Democratic Development in Elections by Charles Seymour, Donald Paige Frary (1918)
"They would have done so without the aid and abettal of the Crown, for political ideas were the same in England and America in the seventeenth century. ..."

3. The History of France by Eyre Evans Crowe (1858)
"directly provoked it by his abettal of the Scotch, and CHAP. Philip's predecessors had given the most ample and just ^ cause to the representatives and ..."

4. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1852)
"At home, a game of reaction and repression was commenced, to be followed abroad by an abettal of the most effete tyranny and obscurantism, ..."

5. The White Slave Trade: Transactions of the International Congress on the by National Vigilance Association (1899)
"... procure or abet another to commit such crime, shall be liable to a penalty to be determined according to the extent of such procurement or abettal, ..."

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