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Abridgment

Antonyms of ABRIDGMENT

Examples of usage:

  1. Both attorneys and laymen read " The Pastyme of People" written by John Rastell in 1529, which described the history of the Magna Carta from 1215 to 1225. Also read was the " Great Abridgment" of the English law written by Rastell in 1527, and Coke's volume of his Institutes which dealt with the Magna Carta, which the Crown took to prevent being published until 1642, when Parliament allowed it. "Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed." by S. A. Reilly
  2. I protest against its being twisted and perverted into rules for the unnecessary abridgment of Christian liberty, where it lays down only general principles for the conscience. "Amusement: A Force in Christian Training" by Rev. Marvin R. Vincent.
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