noun: The act of abolishing; abolition; destruction.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
I would venture to guess that the reason why Selwyn Duke did not labor to provide a definition of "bigoted" in his last piece is becasue "bigoted" is already a defined word - even despite not having been analyzed and then completely re-defined by Dr. Kerwick in such a way that justifies its abolishment from the English vocabulary.
This name is, however, not well chosen, since none of the so-called Christian socialists hold to the fundamental principle of socialism, namely the abolishment of private ownership in the means of production.
I seem to recall the abolishment of a certain low tax band too. if you bunch of lying cheating shysters hadn't spent the publics money like a bunch of drunken sailors on shore leave nobody would be putting up VAT in the first place.
"don't ask, don't tell" policy, which bans openly gay troops from serving in the military, calling abolishment of the law "the right thing to do."
Only instead of the inflammatory word, "abolishment" how about the realistic, "phasing out of a well-intentioned but poorly devised plan" which really just ended up being a Ponzi scheme.