Abolishes [verb]

Definition of Abolishes:

do away with or put an end to

Opposite/Antonyms of Abolishes:

Sentence/Example of Abolishes:

Either the filibuster is a worthy rule that the Senate should honor or it isn’t, and it should be abolished or reformed.

All that was true before the advent of the 60-vote supermajority requirement, and it will be true if that requirement is abolished.

Deliver us not up for ever, we beseech thee, for thy name's sake, and abolish not thy covenant.

They also took it upon themselves to abolish approximately one-third of the local jobs created by the Underwood Constitution.

That is, they suffered not the power of Antiochus, that man of sin, to abolish the law and religion of God.

Even in order to abolish these oaths, the going into parliament by swearing any of them, cannot be recommended.

This resolution went, therefore, to abolish the right of peers to vote by proxy.

Since the house would not make the legislative council elective, he proposed to abolish it altogether.

If I want religion I've a guid richt to hae it; an' forby, if they abolish religion, hoo wad folk do wi' the funerals?

Having effected this object it seemed but right to abolish imprisonment on mesne process.