Synonyms for abettor
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : uh-bet-er|
|Phonetic Transcription : əˈbɛt ər|
Définition of abettor
- noun assistant
- He found an abettor in the person of the Portuguese pianist, to whom he laid bare his soul.
- Extract from : « Melomaniacs » by James Huneker
- What would he not give, or say, or do, to find me his aider and abettor?
- Extract from : « Lord Kilgobbin » by Charles Lever
- He was her father's friend, but she hated him, and immediately she imagined him the abettor.
- Extract from : « Yonder » by Emily Hilda Young
- He was accused of being an abettor of the riot, although not present at it.
- Extract from : « The Chronicles of Newgate, vol. 1/2 » by Arthur Griffiths
- Such peace as can reign with injustice becomes the abettor of injustice.
- Extract from : « Defenseless America » by Hudson Maxim
- She might be accused of having been an abettor in the plot from the first!
- Extract from : « East Lynne » by Mrs. Henry Wood
- The mother, in her own despite, became an abettor in all this juggling.
- Extract from : « La Sorcire: The Witch of the Middle Ages » by Jules Michelet
- Peel was the abettor of all this, and by many deemed the inventor of it.
- Extract from : « The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III. » by E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
- Is it to forsake the slave when I cease to be the aider and abettor of his master?
- Extract from : « William Lloyd Garrison » by Archibald H. Grimke
- It was the friend of human liberty and the abettor of tyranny.
- Extract from : « A Short History of Monks and Monasteries » by Alfred Wesley Wishart
Antonyms for abettor
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