1) abetting present participle of a·bet (Verb) Verb 1.

Encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong, in particular, to commit a crime or other offense. 2. Encourage or assist someone to commit (a crime)

2) a·bate /əˈbāt/ Verb 1. (of something perceived as hostile or negative) Become less intense or widespread. 2. Cause to become smaller or less intense. Synonyms diminish - reduce - decrease - lessen - lower - subside 3) cor·rob·o·rate /kəˈräbəˌrāt/ Verb Confirm or give support to (a statement, theory, or finding). Synonyms confirm - bear out - affirm - verify - support - certify 4) de fac·to /di ˈfaktō/ Adverb In fact, whether by right or not. Adjective Denoting someone or something that is such in fact: "a de facto one-party system". Synonyms adverb. actually - really - in fact - virtually adjective. virtual - factual - actual

5) epitomizes 3rd person singular present of e·pit·o·mize (Verb)
Verb 1. Be a perfect example of. 2. Give a summary of (a written work)
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