Abduct means kidnap.
The criminal will be tried for attempting to abduct an innocent person.
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Abject means defeated.
After his wife died, he was an abject man.
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Pilgrimage means religious journey.
He hopes to one day go on a pilgrimage.
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Indiscretion means poor judgment.
Someone with his indiscretion is not reliable here.
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Supernumerary means extra.
She looked around the sparsely decorated room and found that there weren’t any supernumerary items.
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Interchange means switch.
We will need to interchange these parts.
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Abet means encourage.
Giving the dog a treat is a way to abet his obedience.
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Abate means lessen.
I married my husband because I know my love for him will never abate.
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Benign means passive.
The medicine is benign in its effects and will cause you no harm.
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Abide means tolerate.
I find it difficult to abide the narrow-minded attitude of a prejudiced person.
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