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
dwell; abide by: comply with; put up with; tolerate
If everyone abide the rules there wont be any bribe.
You don’t abide the rules if you take bribe. You have to hide if you don’t abide the rules
as low as possible; lacking pride; very humble; showing lack of self-respect
Both of them died in abject poverty.
Rejected people show abject behaviour
renounce upon oath
She abjured her beliefs
James spends a long time every morning performing his ablutions
A blue lotion used for ablution
renunciation; self-sacrifice; self-abnegation
I will abnegate from social drinking
Abnegation of negative things