from The Century Dictionary.
- To abandon (which see).
- To exile; expel.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb obsolete To abandon.
- transitive verb obsolete To banish; to expel.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
Eventually, Mr. Keller aband ons his players when his side-business running basketball camps for elite middle-schoolers takes off.
Young Teens, Hoop Dreams Adam Thompson 2010
Last time Itried to chop a fresh chilli, I had an alarming reaction: my chest tightened as if I had aband around it and I couldn't breathe.
For those of you who may be curious, the aband-a-bunny that warkitty rescued has landed a home.
December 13th, 2005 flutterby_gal2 2005
Although “Googlezon” would be a great name for aband …
"We have gained the shores of the ocean, but we have been aband --"
- An angry letter and a bag of Golden Flake chips were taped inside Major Bashinsky's aband ...
"There is a massive deck, where Amy said she'd love to be able to get aband out onto to play over the valley views".
For this purpofe two regiments were detached under co - lonel Stirling; but the provincials, not daring to wait their arrival, fpiked up their cannon, fet fire to the bar - racks, and aband
The choreography was doneby aband member’s sister.
This to a degree backs up Dr Nic’s comments above – MySpace’s internal search facility is inCREDibly bad, earlier today I was searching for aband called the Cosmic Sausages – pretty straightforward, you would have thought, but a search for ‘cosmic sausages’ turned up no useful results at all.