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abate
V. subside or moderate.

Rather than leaving immediately they waited for the store to abate.
aberrant
ADJ. abnormal or deviant.

Given the aberrant nature of the data, we came to doubt the vailidity of the entire experiment.
abeyance
N. suspended action.

The deal was held in abeyance until her arrival
abscond
V. depart secretly and hide.

The teller who absconded with the bonds went uncaptured until someone recognized him from his photograph on Americas Most Wanted.
abstemious
ADJ. sparing in eating and drinking; temperate.

Concerned whether her vegetarian son's
admonish
V. warn; reprove.

He admonished his listeners to change their wicked ways.admonishion, N.