You even propose to abolish the teaching of history and literature, two basic humanities.
If you call today, Cruz will help to defeat Obamacare; but if you call right now, Cruz will work to abolish the IRS.
To achieve the same scale of cut in the United States, we'd have to abolish both Social Security and Medicare.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has claimed that Agenda 21 sought to abolish “golf courses, grazing pastures, and paved roads.”
Homeschoolers would likely be exempt, then, but we do need to abolish the Classics Major.
They will abolish themselves when their work is done, but not before.
Then there was a debate upon the proposition to abolish the mission to Rome.
The House of Lords threw out a bill to abolish the purchase of commissions in the army.
It is the highest power of divine moments that they abolish our contritions also.
And this is an order with all kings that now are, or shall succeed, unless they abolish this cruel custom.
mid-15c., from Middle French aboliss-, present participle stem of abolir "to abolish" (15c.), from Latin abolere "destroy, cause to die out, retard the growth of," perhaps from ab- "from" (see ab-) + adolere "to grow," from PIE *ol-eye-, causative of root *al- "to grow, nourish" (see old), and perhaps formed as an antonym to adolere. But the Latin word rather could be from a root in common with Greek ollymi, apollymi "destroy." Tucker writes that there has been a confusion of forms in Latin, based on similar roots, one meaning "to grow," the other "to destroy." Application to persons and concrete objects has long been obsolete. Related: Abolished; abolishing.