lower; degrade; humiliate; make humble; make (oneself) lose self-respect
A compromise should not require you to abase yourself or your principles.
He touched girls base, so girl abase him by slapping him
She abased her friend with a sudden irritating reaction of a disgusting look.
A Shut your mouth
subside or moderate
The increasing temperature is sure to abate with the oncoming rain in the next few days.
A weight: abate your weight
Your story is too long can you please abbreviate it for me.
A brevity (brief); opposite of elaborative
renounce; give up (position, right, or responsibility)
The king will abdicate if this mission fails
A dictator abdicate his position
abnormal or deviant
Ian's rages and aberrant behavior worsened.
A B Rant: when she start a rant it means its her aberrant behavior
deviation from the normal; mental disorder
An extra finger or toe is an unusual aberration.
assist usually in doing something wrong; encourage
His wife was sentenced to seven years imprisonment for aiding and abetting him.
Abet in a bet to do wrong
The Russian threat is, at the least, in abeyance.
opposite of obey+ance: not obey and suspend action
He was the man abhorred violence and was deeply committed to reconciliation.
Everyone abhore a bore person