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5. abrogate → absolution

abrogate → absolutionabrogate → absolution  abrogate (to end a law, agreement or custom officially): The treaty has been abrogated by mutual consent this time.

abrupt (sudden and unexpected): I also don’t know the cause of her abrupt leave.

abrupt (talk or do something quickly in a way that seems rude and unfriendly): She was abrupt and impatient with the customers.

abscond (to escape secretly): The suspect absconded out of the country. – absent (not present): The teacher marked him absent at last.

absent formal (not existing, lacking): Absent of money forced us to hold the project in abeyance for a while.

absolute (very great, complete, total): I in fact have absolute faith in your judgment.

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  1. This is really useful, thanks.

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