Word Descritption  Sample
abate to lessen or to subside We have to wait till the
storm abated.
abdicate giving up control
King Edward abdicated the
British throne in order to marry American divorcée Wallis Simpson
aberration abnormality, straying away
from normality
He has abberant habits.
The abberant results shows that there is something wrong with the
abet help somebody in doing
nina abetted him in
stealing questions papers
abeyance suspended action  The costruction
of buildig is in abeyance till the we recieve the JUDICIAL clearance
abhor to detest or to hate i abhor his way of
managing things
abide to be faithful to endure ,
to hold
All citizens have to abide
by the law of the State.
abjure to giveup on oath or belief She abjured her
beliefs, For nearly 21 years after his resignation as
Prime Minister in 1963,
he abjured all titles, preferring to remain just plain 'Mr.'
abraded to rub off or worn
away by friction 
The tyre was abraded by
constant usage.
abrogate to put aside; put an end to  The government decided to abrogate sati