Synonyms for abolitionism

Grammar : Noun
Spell : ab-uh-lish-uh-niz-uh m
Phonetic Transcription : ˌæb əˈlɪʃ əˌnɪz əm

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Définition of abolitionism

Origin :
  • 1790, in the anti-slavery sense, from abolition + -ism.
  • As in freedom : noun political independence
Example sentences :
  • By Jove, if Abolitionism can make your grandma run, I'll forgive it a lot!
  • Extract from : « Pirate Gold » by Frederic Jesup Stimson
  • "Call it Abolitionism, or what you will," replied his Senior.
  • Extract from : « Red-Tape and Pigeon-Hole Generals » by William H. Armstrong
  • But then, perhaps, this offspring of abolitionism is no man-child at all.
  • Extract from : « Cotton is King and The Pro-Slavery Arguments » by Various
  • I doubt not this is the kind of liberty at which some of the champions of Abolitionism, viz.
  • Extract from : « Abolitionism Exposed! » by W. W. Sleigh
  • There is a worse evil than abolitionism, and that is the suppression of it by lawless force.
  • Extract from : « Slavery » by William E. Channing
  • Such is the danger from abolitionism to the slaveholding States.
  • Extract from : « Slavery » by William E. Channing
  • But this is just what abolitionism has done in regard to slaveholding.
  • Extract from : « A Defence of Virginia » by Robert L. Dabney
  • At the beginning, too, I suppose that his taking up Abolitionism made him enemies.
  • Extract from : « The Copperhead » by Harold Frederic
  • At all points we see, therefore, that Abolitionism has to do with religion, and religion with it.
  • Extract from : « Abolition a Sedition » by Geo. W. Donohue
  • It had been said that abolitionism was "quackery," only four years old.
  • Extract from : « Discussion on American Slavery » by George Thompson

Antonyms for abolitionism

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