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Difference between 'abbot' and 'abort'


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The word 'abbot' is a man who is the head of a community of monks.

The word 'abort' means an unsuccessful expulsion of a foetus.


Sample Usage

eg 1. Father James has been the abbot of the society of monks for quite sometime now.

eg 2. The sudden fall of the pregnant woman caused the foetus to abort.


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