The act of abolishing; abolition; destruction.(noun)
Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)
Use "abolishment" in a sentence
"I would venture to guess that the reason why Selwyn Duke did not labor to provide a definition of "bigoted" in his last piece is becasue "bigoted" is already a defined word - even despite not having been analyzed and then completely re-defined by Dr. Kerwick in such a way that justifies its abolishment from the English vocabulary."
"This name is, however, not well chosen, since none of the so-called Christian socialists hold to the fundamental principle of socialism, namely the abolishment of private ownership in the means of production."
"I seem to recall the abolishment of a certain low tax band too. if you bunch of lying cheating shysters hadn't spent the publics money like a bunch of drunken sailors on shore leave nobody would be putting up VAT in the first place."