Abolition (noun)

The act of ending or destroying something.

Origin:

Middle french abolition, from latin abolitio, from abolere, meaning to abolish.

Examples:

  1. The abolition of slavery was a significant moment in history.
  2. The organization worked towards the abolition of discrimination.
  3. The government has taken steps towards the abolition of capital punishment.
  4. The treaty was signed with the intention of abolition of nuclear weapons.
  5. The new law resulted in the abolition of outdated regulations.
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