Synonym for abate [verb]

The synonym abate synonymous definition words:
means "lessen"
ebb, appease, decline, damp, decrease, diminish, relax

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abate [verb]

means "discount"
allow, bate, deduct, rebate, remit, subtract

abate [verb]

means "decrease"
moderate, diminish, lessen, lower, soften, reduce, relieve

abate [verb]

means "annul"
disallow, nullify, remove, repress, suppress, suspend, omit
Further results for the word "abate"

allay [verb]

means "reduce"
quell, relieve, lessen, lighten, abate, moderate

allow [verb]

means "adjustment"
deduct, concede, remit, subtract, set apart, abate

appease [verb]

means "calm"
quiet, pacify, soften, alleviate, soothe, abate

cool [verb]

means "action"
calm, abate, allay, assuage, dampen, moderate

curtail [verb]

means "abridge"
decrease, diminish, reduce, abate, lessen, truncate

cut back [verb]

means "taper off"
diminish, dwindle, attenuate, cut down, abate, slacken

damp [verb]

means "activity"
slow, abate, allay, check, inhibit, moderate

decrease [verb]

means "decline"
lower, abate, bate, reduce, contract, drain

disallow [verb]

means "annul"
abate, nullify, remove, repress, suppress, suspend

ebb [verb]

means "recede"
abate, retreat, retire, subside

fall [verb]

means "reduction"
decline, abate, dwindle, decrease, diminish

lessen [verb]

means "abridge"
decrease, diminish, reduce, abate, curtail, truncate

recede [verb]

means "ebb"
abate, retreat, retire, subside

reduce [verb]

means "quantity"
lessen, diminish, decrease, abridge, abate, attenuate

relax [verb]

means "reduction"
lessen, diminish, reduce, weaken, abate, enervate

relieve [verb]

means "assuage"
alleviate, ease, allay, mollify, abate, lessen

remit [verb]

means "relay"
abate, diminish, relax, slacken

slacken [verb]

means "decrease"
abate, mitigate, reduce, diminish, weaken, lessen

soften [verb]

means "ease"
alleviate, mitigate, mollify, assuage, allay, abate

taper off [verb]

means "cut back"
diminish, dwindle, attenuate, cut down, abate, slacken

wane [verb]

means "decline"
lower, abate, bate, reduce, contract, drain

abatement [noun]

means "lessening"
alleviation, decrease, diminution, mitigation, slackening

abatement [noun]

means "end"
remission, cessation, ending, suppression, termination

abatement [noun]

means "decline"
ebb, fading, sinking, slack, way

alleviation [noun]

means "lessening"
abatement, decrease, diminution, mitigation, slackening

decrease [noun]

means "reduction"
remission, abatement, shrinkage, slack, contraction, decline

deduction [noun]

means "reduction"
abatement, removal, discount, rebate, abstraction, subtraction

diminution [noun]

means "lessening"
alleviation, decrease, abatement, mitigation, slackening

ebb [noun]

means "reduction"
decay, shrinkage, decline, degeneration, abatement, deterioration

fading [noun]

means "decline"
ebb, abatement, sinking, slack, way

mitigation [noun]

means "lessening"
alleviation, decrease, diminution, abatement, slackening

reduction [noun]

means "alleviation"
relaxation, mitigation, relief, decrease, slackening, abatement

remission [noun]

means "relief"
abatement, decrease, hiatus, interruption, pause, respite

shrinkage [noun]

means "reduction"
remission, abatement, decrease, slack, contraction, decline

sinking [noun]

means "decline"
ebb, fading, abatement, slack, way

subtraction [noun]

means "reduction"
abatement, removal, discount, rebate, abstraction, deduction

suppression [noun]

means "end"
remission, cessation, ending, abatement, termination

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