abetter

abettor

[uh-bet-er]
noun
a person who abets.
Also, abetter.


Origin:
1505–15; < Anglo-French abettour. See abet, -or2

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abet (əˈbɛt)
 
vb , abets, abetting, abetted
(tr) to assist or encourage, esp in crime or wrongdoing
 
[C14: from Old French abeter to lure on, entice, from beter to bait]
 
a'betment
 
n
 
a'bettal
 
n
 
a'better
 
n
 
a'bettor
 
n

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