accabler

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a- + Middle French chabler ‎(hit (a tree to make the fruit fall)), from Old French cadable ‎(catapault), from Ancient Greek καταβολή ‎(katabolḗ).

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Verb[edit]

accabler

  1. to devastate, overwhelm
  2. (of testimony, etc.) to condemn (someone)

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