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Abase

lower; degrade; humiliate; make humble; make (oneself) lose self-respect

Usage

A compromise should not require you to abase yourself or your principles.

abase
Mnemonic

He touched girls base, so girl abase him by slapping him

Abash

embarrass

Usage

She abased her friend with a sudden irritating reaction of a disgusting look.

abash
Mnemonic

A Shut your mouth

Abate

subside or moderate

Usage

The increasing temperature is sure to abate with the oncoming rain in the next few days.

abate
Mnemonic

A weight: abate your weight

Abbreviate

shorten

Usage

Your story is too long can you please abbreviate it for me.

abbreviate
Mnemonic

A brevity (brief); opposite of elaborative

Abdicate

renounce; give up (position, right, or responsibility)

Usage

The king will abdicate if this mission fails

abdicate
Mnemonic

A dictator abdicate his position

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