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Abide

dwell; abide by: comply with; put up with; tolerate

Usage

If everyone abide the rules there wont be any bribe.

abide
Mnemonic

You don’t abide the rules if you take bribe. You have to hide if you don’t abide the rules

Abject

as low as possible; lacking pride; very humble; showing lack of self-respect

Usage

Both of them died in abject poverty.

abject
Mnemonic

Rejected people show abject behaviour

Abjure

renounce upon oath

Usage

She abjured her beliefs

abjure
Mnemonic

A jury

Ablution

washing

Usage

James spends a long time every morning performing his ablutions

ablution
Mnemonic

A blue lotion used for ablution

Abnegation

renunciation; self-sacrifice; self-abnegation

Usage

I will abnegate from social drinking

abnegation
Mnemonic

Abnegation of negative things

Abode

dwelling place; home

Usage

Abode of an active man with the thirst for knowledge

abode
Mnemonic

A boat is my abode (home), all abode: means all at home

Abolish

cancel; put an end to

Usage

The twin towers were abolished by the terrorist

abolish
Mnemonic

a polish abolishes dirt from shoes

Abominable

detestable; extremely unpleasant

Usage

Setting up a bomb in a public place is an abominable crime.

abominable
Mnemonic

A BOMB ENABLED!! A bomb able to put everyone in abominable state

Abominate

loathe; hate

Usage

I abominate a bomb.

abominate
Mnemonic

A Bomb me hate; a bomb is abominable

Aboriginal

being the first of its kind in a region; primitive; native; indigenous

Usage

Mona Lisa made my Leonardo da Vinci was an example of aboriginal art. Then it was copied by many artists.

aboriginal
Mnemonic

Original is aboriginal

Abortive

unsuccessful; fruitless

Usage

An abortive attempt to prevent the current President from taking office

abortive
Mnemonic

Abort to stop: think of abortion

Abrasive

rubbing away; tending to grind down

Usage

A new all purpose, non-abrasive cleaner.

abrasive
Mnemonic

A erase ive: Eraser is abrasive

Abridge

condense or shorten

Usage

This is an abridged version of her new novel ‘The Queen and I’

abridge
Mnemonic

A bridge is made to abridge travelling distance

Abrogate

abolish

Usage

The next Prime Minister could abrogate the treaty.

abrogate
Mnemonic

Abolish rally at the gate

Abscission

cutting off; separation

Usage

The doctor had to perform an abscission of the inflamed appendix

abscission
Mnemonic

Abscission with scissor

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