Abolitionist in a Sentence

Definition of Abolitionist

one who supports the elimination of practices or laws that are viewed as dangerous

Use Abolitionist in a sentence

The abolitionist is recruiting like-minded people who share her opposition to the pro-abortion laws.

Before the war split the nation in the 1800s, one of my ancestors was an abolitionist who gave his life to save runaway slaves.

My professor is an abolitionist who travels throughout the world speaking out against human rights violations.

Because the abolitionist is opposed to capital punishment, she frequently protests outside of legislative buildings.

Except for the lone abolitionist, everyone in the town supported slavery.

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