Abominate to Abutment

Abominate, v. a. Abhor, detest, execrate, hate, loathe, nauseate, shrink from, recoil from, revolt at, shudder at, view with horror.

Abomination, n.

    1. Abhorrence, detestation, execration, hatred, loathing, disgust, antipathy, utter aversion.
    2. Contamination, pollution, defilement, taint, uncleanness, impurity, foulness, loathsomeness, odiousness, corruption, corruptness.
    3. Nuisance, annoyance, plague, infliction, torment, curse, great evil, hateful thing.

Aboriginal, a. Primitive, primeval, primordial, pristine, primary, prime, original, first, native, indigenous, autochthonal, autochthonous, of eld.

Aborigines, n. pl. Natives, aboriginals, primitive inhabitants, autochthones, indigenes, indigenous population.

Abortion, n.

    1. Miscarriage, premature labor, premature delivery.
    2. Failure, disappointment, want of success, vain effort or attempt.

Abortive, a.

    1. Miscarrying, failing, untimely, immature, incomplete, stunted, rudimentary, rudimental.
    2. Unavailing, vain fruitless, useless, bootless, ineffectual, ineffective, inoperative, unsuccessful, profitless, futile, unprofitable, idle, nugatory, in vain, of no account.

Abound, v. n.

    1. Teem, swarm, superabound, swell, flow, increase, multiply, be in great plenty, be numerous, be very prevalent.
    2. Exuberate, luxuriate, revel, wanton, be well furnished, be well supplied.

About, prep.

    1. Around, round, encircling, surrounding.
    2. Near, near to, not far from.
    3. Concerning, touching, respecting, relating to, relative to, with respect to, with reference to, in regard to, with regard to.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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