abet → abject
abet (help someone to do something wrong or illegal): She also abet the thief in his getaway?
abeyance (temporary halt, a pause): We’ll hold the problem in abeyance for a while.
abhor (to dislike or hate): We in the same way abhor violence of any kind.
abide (to accept or tolerate): I can’t abide his dishonesty.
abide (to live or stay somewhere): She abided in the wilderness for twenty days.
ability (the power or skill to do something): He has a high level of ability as a swimmer.
abject (very humble): Jayden offered an abject apology.