Another word for abolish
suppress, eradicate, terminate, exterminate, obliterate, do away with, eliminate, remove, revoke, annul, abrogate, put an end to, end, finish, extirpate, nullify, set aside, repeal, rescind, reverse, annihilate, abate, supplant, prohibit, quash, squelch, extinguish, cancel, erase, wipe out, disannul, root out, pull up, uproot, disestablish, demolish, invalidate, overturn, overthrow, declare null and void, make null and void, stamp out, crush, undo, throw out, supersede, deprive of force, vitiate, inhibit, make void, dispense with, subvert, vacate, repudiate, make an end of, cut out, batter down, raze; see also destroy 1.
abolish denotes a complete doing away with something, as a practice, institution, or condition to abolish slavery, to abolish bias; annul and abrogate stress a canceling by authority or formal action the marriage was annulled; the law abrogated certain privileges; rescind, revoke, and repeal all describe the setting aside of laws, orders, etc. to rescind an order, revoke a charter, repeal a law
Another word for abolishverb
To put an end to, especially formally and with authority:abrogate, annihilate, annul, cancel, invalidate, negate, nullify, set aside, vitiate, void. (Law) extinguish. See continue
To destroy all traces of:annihilate, blot out, clear, eradicate, erase, exterminate, extinguish, extirpate, kill1, liquidate, obliterate, remove, root1 (out or up), rub out, snuff out, stamp out, uproot, wipe out. Idioms: do away with, make an end of, put an end to. See help, make