Examples of Abetted
She abetted him in escaping from prison.
Abetted by the fact they’re so (dangerously) easy to make.
(The Vancouver Sun - Food, )
Luis Suarez's behaviour has been wilfully abetted by the endless indulgence of his manager.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )
L.A. band brought a new sound to the music scene 40 years ago, a legacy abetted by its members' enduring artistic drive.
(Reed Johnson in Los Angeles Times - Pop & Hiss, )
The winner of two prizes at the Venice International Film Festival in Italy, "Court" revolves around the fallout from police allegations that a politically charged concert by 65-year-old Indian folk singer Narayan Kamble (Vira Sathidar) abetted the suicide of a sewage worker.
(Los Angeles Times - Movies Now, )
President Barack Obama's motorcade, abetted by the limousine cavalcades of his G7 leader colleagues and non-stop rain, bought traffic to a standstill here this week, making those stranded in their cars or diving into the underground railroad system for relief wonder whether computer controlled cars might one day make this aggravation a thing of the past.
(Forbes - Technology, )
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