Abolitionists [noun]

Definition of Abolitionists:

person wanting something ended

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Sentence/Example of Abolitionists:

If you really want an abolitionist future, you need to work for an abolitionist future.

The museum there is open, and we stared for a long time at photographs of the abolitionist with his wild eyes.

The righteous outrage of abolitionists who tried to end slavery in the mid-1800s was justified even if they would not have been so outraged in different circumstances – say, where the country had not been on the brink of civil war.

Many southern states passed resolutions requesting the northern states to forbid the publication of abolitionist papers.

Osborne is a sneaking Yankee, an abolitionist, and the old fool can't keep his mouth shut.

People would call me a low-down Abolitionist and despise me for keeping mum—but that don't make no difference.

He began as a thorough, out-and-out abolitionist; during the war he was a stanch Republican, and a firm admirer of Charles Sumner.

His success in Washington was brilliant, but he found trouble, owing to his abolitionist opinions, and had to resign.

Although from his youth an antislavery man, Lincoln was not an Abolitionist in the early days of the slavery agitation.

He was a firebrand, infinitely more dangerous and incendiary than any Abolitionist whom he denounced.