Abetting [verb]

Definition of Abetting:

assist, help in wrongdoing

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Sentence/Example of Abetting:

Williams was charged with aiding or abetting the theft of government property, but the FBI did not allege that she personally took the device, adding that its whereabouts were unknown.

Activision is suing for intentional interference, unfair competition, and aiding and abetting.

Indignantly I deny the false statement, charging him with abetting the conspiracy to involve my comrades.

This the Persian government considered as aiding and abetting a rebellion.

To be sure, Wench, you must have been aiding and abetting to help him to this Escape.

In treason all are principals, and a man may be guilty of aiding and abetting, though not present.

But we must exonerate the mind of England from the charge of abetting this guilty traffic in human misery.

Notwithstanding all these unfortunate appearances, it is generally believed that Cortez was not abetting in his death.

The Commissioner inquires whether not interfering may not be indirectly aiding and abetting.

I was so, and there was a third count in the indictment for aiding and abetting in the publication of said letter.