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Definition of the noun abolitionist
What does abolitionist mean as a name of something?
noun - plural:
- abolitionist: abolitionists
- Abolitionist: Abolitionists
- a reformer who favors abolishing slavery
- example: He was not an abolitionist.
- lexical domain: People - nouns denoting people
- synonym of abolitionist: emancipationist
- more generic terms: crusader / meliorist / reformer / reformist / social reformer = a disputant who advocates reform
- Henry Ward Beecher / Beecher = United States clergyman who was a leader for the abolition of slavery
- John Brown / Brown = abolitionist who was hanged after leading an unsuccessful raid at Harper's Ferry, Virginia
- Frederick Douglass / Douglass = United States abolitionist who escaped from slavery and became an influential writer and lecturer in the North
- William Lloyd Garrison / Garrison = United States abolitionist who published an anti-slavery journal
- Harriet Elizabeth Beecher Stowe / Harriet Beecher Stowe / Stowe = United States writer of a novel about slavery that advanced the abolitionists' cause
- Arthur Tappan / Tappan = United States abolitionist
- Sojourner Truth / Truth = United States abolitionist and feminist who was freed from slavery and became a leading advocate of the abolition of slavery and for the rights of women
- Harriet Tubman / Tubman = United States abolitionist born a slave on a plantation in Maryland and became a famous conductor on the Underground Railroad leading other slaves to freedom in the North
- Theodore Dwight Weld / Weld = United States abolitionist
Alternative definition of the noun abolitionist
- A person who favors the abolition of any institution.
- [historical] Somebody who favors the abolition of slavery.
Definition of the adjective abolitionist
What does abolitionist mean as an attribute of a noun?
- [historical] In favor of the abolition of slavery.
"Abolitionist" is a musical EP of Here Lies Another.
Abolitionist a.k.a. Activist is a profession.
- also known as 運動家
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A History in Documents by Robert R. Mathisen
It specified that anyone who did not regard slavery as “a means of human reformation second in dignity, importance and sacredness alone to the Christian religion” was an abolitionist. ****** An Abolitionist is any man who does not love slavery ...
Bibliotheca Sacra (1884)
" 1 The Southern Literary Messenger wrote : "An abolitionist is any man who does not love slavery for its ...
by Charles Richardson
Abolitionist is a modern word, lately of frequent use. The inhabitauntes of the north partes being by the meanes of certayne abbottes and ignorant priestes not a little stirred and prouoked for the suppression of certain monasteries, and for the ...
by Martin J. Manning, Herbert Romerstein
A ABOLITIONIST MOVEMENT. See Abolitionist Propaganda ABOLITIONIST PROPAGANDA. The abolition of slavery was one of the earliest causes in American history. Advertisements appeared in newspapers as early as 1704 in the Boston ...
by Junius P. Rodriguez
Abolitionist. societies were formed to combat the twin evils of the slave trade and slavery itself. In institutions of societal change with an extended mission that they hoped to achieve. An amorphous connection existed between the concepts of ...
by Martin J. Manning, Clarence R. Wyatt
Early abolitionist propaganda periodicals included Anti-Slavery Reporter and Freedom's Journal, the first newspaper published by blacks in the United States, which began publication in March 1827 and ceased two years later (March 1829) , ...
Second Edition by Marc Bekoff
The abolitionist approach to animal rights seeks to provide both a deontological theory (a theory of moral obligation) concerning the moral status of nonhumans, and a practical approach to animal advocacy. The central tenets of the abolitionist ...
by Paul A. Djupe, Laura R. Olson
abolitionist movement 3 abolitionist movement The abolitionist movement was an effort spanning three centuries characterized by a network of people, organizations, and publications all promoting the immediate, unconditional end to the ...
by Leslie M Alexander, Walter C. Rucker Jr.
was a staunch and radical abolitionist who professed the utter destruction of the slaveocracy through slave insurrection. On two occasions, in Kansas and Harpers Ferry, Virginia, Brown led radical ...
by J. A. Cuddon
The term 'abolitionist' refers to the 18th and 19th 0. black British, AfricanAmerican, and white European and American men...
by Stephen L. Vaughn
ABOLITIONIST. PRESS. Beginning around1830, someAmerican antislavery activists known as abolitionists or immediatists undertookto emancipate allslaves andto grant themfullrights andU.S. citizenship. Many abolitionists were Christian ...
by Francis T. Cullen, Pamela Wilcox
The Prison Abolition Movement The prison abolitionist movement has been at the forefront of prison reform since the 1970s. Advocates call for the eradication of the incapacitation in its current form and scale. It is believed that prisons further ...
Volume 3: History by Charles Reagan Wilson
During the s the Maryland legislature petitioned Pennsylvania to curtail abolitionist legal maneuverings that affected plantation discipline there. In this sense, by the early th century abolitionism had already become a part of sectional ...
A Historical Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic by Peter Hinks, John McKivigan
During the 1840s, many advocates of the abolitionist Liberty Party contended that political engagement was a peaceful form of antislavery action, although nonresistants pointed out that politics, like government, ...
Massachusetts Encyclopedia (2008)
by Jennifer Herman
Significant historical and cultural occurrences throughout state history ABOLITIONIST MOVEMENT The abolitionist movement, which fought to end slavery immediately and prohibit it for the future, was a radical component of the antislavery ...
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Boston Citizens break up an Abolitionist meeting
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The value of this 12-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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