Definition of Abetments

1. Noun. (plural of abetment) ¹



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Definition of Abetments

1. abetment [n] - See also: abetment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abetments

aberuncating
aberuncator
aberuncators
abesses
abessive
abessive case
abessive cases
abessives
abet
abetalipoproteinaemias
abetalipoproteinemia
abetalipoproteinemias
abetdins
abetment
abetments (current term)
abets
abettal
abettals
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abettee
abettees
abetter
abetters
abetting
abettor
abettors
abevacuation
abevacuations
abexinostat

Literary usage of Abetments

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1. The Ancient Laws of Cambria: Containing the Institutional Triads of Dyvnwal by Wales, William Probert (1823)
"Some have said, that the family cannot claim payment for the abetments, because they are only to demand the payment of the murder fine, and that for insult; ..."

2. Cambrian Register (1799)
"... abetments to theft, ... the nine abetments to murder ; one of them is a reddening of the tongue, ..."

3. Calendar of the Patent Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office by Great Britain Public Record Office, Public Record Office, Great Britain (1905)
"... insurrections, larcenies, maintenances, conspiracies, rebellions, treasons, murders, rapes, contempts, conjectures and abetments committed by him. ..."

4. The Writings of Cassius Marcellus Clay: Including Speeches and Addresses by Cassius Marcellus Clay (1848)
"We consider that this is not one of the guaranties of liberty, but one of the abetments of crime. I agree also with Mr. Bentham that the legal fiction of ..."

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