Abet in a Sentence

Definition of Abet

to encourage or support a behavior or action

Use Abet in a sentence

The photo editing software is sure to abet my odds of winning the photo competition.

Can you believe the community has decided to abet crime by not giving the police the names of suspected gang members?

Giving the dog a treat is a way to abet his obedience.

During the press conference, the president vowed severe consequences for any person or group who chose to abet the terrorists.

Many states have passed repeat offender laws to show criminals they do not abet repeated cases of the same offense.

To abet continued gaming, most casinos provide guests with frequent player rewards.

The grandmother was arrested for trying to abet her grandson, a prison escapee.

Isn’t it rather ironic that a doctor would go out of his way to abet a suicide?

Although Carol claims to support Jay’s filmmaking efforts, she has done nothing to abet his goals.

If you abet violence in your home, you should not be surprised if your children grow up to be abusers.

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