verb (used with object), a·bet·ted, a·bet·ting.
Origin of abet
Related formsa·bet·ment, a·bet·tal, nounun·a·bet·ted, adjectiveun·a·bet·ting, adjective
Examples from the Web for abetment
Then follows a chapter on abetment, in other words, the instigation of a person to do a wrongful act.
Now Esther herself was offering her own abetment in almost the same terms.The Prisoner|Alice Brown
With the aid and abetment of a bottle of excellent Montrachet, however, one contrived to worry through.Red Masquerade|Louis Joseph Vance