That you have harbored one of the enemy, and have tried to abet his escape.
Lucy smiled at the bare-faced fraud and hastened to abet it.
His being there is a proof of his intent to aid and abet; else, why is he there?
How does abet differ from incite and instigate as to the time of the action?
How friendly in thee, thus to abet the favourite purpose of my heart!
She will listen to the wooing of some gallant, and my Lady Pembroke will abet it, and then—'
According to this decree, all readers are forbidden to aid and abet these persons, or to give them shelter in their imagination.
It was a new departure for Anne so openly to abet her mother, and it wounded him.
Jonah contends that the dog construed my movement as an attempted assault, which it was his duty to abet.
All the better, my dear young lady, that is if you are willing to aid and abet me a little.
abet late 14c. (implied in abetting), from O.Fr. abeter "to bait, to harass with dogs," lit. "to cause to bite," from a- "to" (L. ad-) + beter "to bait," from a Gmc. source, perhaps Low Franconian betan "incite," or O.N. beita "cause to bite," from P.Gmc. *baitjan, from PIE base *bheid- "to split" (see fissure).