Origin of abbot
OTHER WORDS FROM abbotab·bot·cy, ab·bot·ship, nounsub·ab·bot, noun
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How to use abbot in a sentence
A law like the one Abbot just signed would not be allowed to go into effect, instead drawing time and resources from a conservative legal apparatus that has fought mostly losing battles for the last 40 years.The GOP’s ‘Pro-Life’ Ghouls Are About to Roll Back 50 Years of Women’s Rights|Erin Gloria Ryan|May 20, 2021|The Daily Beast
Abbot reportedly raised MH17 over dinner and the two are planning to meet again.Beijing’s ‘Star Trek’ APEC Summit|Jake Adelstein|November 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This jibe comes after ads in which Davis attacked the paralyzed Abbot for not caring about other wheelchair-bound Texans.Why D.C. Wants an Election About Nothing|Nick Gillespie|October 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The government has approved plans for an expanded coal port at Abbot Point.Australia Wants to Open the Great Barrier Reef to Dumping|Kirsten Alexander|June 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One of those powerful stories is of Christmas Abbot, Ray Biley, and Chazz Rudolph.Inside the Cult of CrossFit|William O’Connor|May 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Abbot was a strange friend, but he proved to be very useful.Reading Prison Novels In Prison|Daniel Genis|May 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Abbot was nothing of a courtier, and, indeed, no very pleasant-natured man.
The High Church party were then in the ascendant, and Abbot, from various causes, declined from favour.
Garnache took the Abbot by the sleeve of his rough habit and drew him gently towards the window.
Unbidden, the Abbot had gone forward through the great doorway and down the gallery that led to the hall of Condillac.
But the Abbot stepped suddenly to her side and caught her wrist in his thin, transparent hand.