Noun Abolitionist Definition and Examples


Noun:

Abolitionist

Definition:

noun

1. (especially prior to the Civil War) a person who advocated or supported the abolition of slavery in the U.S.

2. a person who favors the abolition of any law or practice deemed harmful to society: the abolitionists who are opposed to capital punishment.


Examples:

"There can be abolitionist leaders."
"There can be abolitionist divisions."
"There can be abolitionist causes."
"There can be abolitionist terrorists."
"There can be abolitionist stands."
"There can be abolitionist stances."
"There can be abolitionist sentiments."
"There can be abolitionist prospectuses."
"There can be abolitionist practices."
"There can be abolitionist organisations."
"There can be abolitionist ministers."
"There can be abolitionist minds."
"There can be abolitionist joys."
"There can be abolitionist ideologies."
"There can be abolitionist groups."
"There can be abolitionist floods."
"There can be abolitionist feelings."
"There can be abolitionist federations."
"There can be abolitionist conferences."
"There can be abolitionist cases."


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