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Abuse Noun Synonyms
maltreatment, ill-treatment, ill use, fault
It seemed perfectly natural that he should defend abuses by which he profited.
They are being treated for drug abuse at the local clinic.
misuse, misusage, misemployment, perversion, misapplication, misappropriation, Rhetoric catachresis
Beware of imitating his abuse of the language.
revilement, reviling, execration, vituperation, malediction, imprecation, tongue-lashing, calumny, calumniation, vilification, obloquy, scurrility, invective, maligning, upbraiding, berating, objurgation, scolding, billingsgate
The two parties, after exchanging a good deal of abuse, came to blows.
self-abuse, self-pollution, masturbation, violation, defilement, corruption
The schoolmasters consistently lectured the boys against any abuse of themselves.
Abuse Verb Synonyms
maltreat, ill-use, injure, wrong, hurt, mistreat, manhandle, ill-treat, damage
I cannot stand by and watch that drunk abuse his wife and family.
misuse, misemploy, pervert, misapply, exploit
The officer abused his authority in ordering the forced march at midnight.
malign, revile, censure, upbraid, assail, objurgate, lambaste, berate, rebuke, scold, reproach, disparage, traduce, defame, insult, swear at, curse (at), calumniate, slander, libel, decry, deprecate, vilify, rail against
In the report the director was abused in the most virulent terms.
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Life Style / Adoption / Abuse and Neglect: Physical, sexual and/or emotional maltreatment. Child abuse and neglect is defined as any recent act or failure to act resulting in imminent risk of serious harm, death, serious physical or emotional MORE
Life Style / Adoption / Sexual Abuse: The employment, use, persuasion, inducement, enticement or coercion of any child to engage in, or assist any other person to engage in, any sexually explicit conduct or any simulation of such conduct MORE
Business / Human Resources (HR) / Substance Abuse: Defined as a destructive pattern of substance (i.e., narcotics or alcohol) use leading to clinically significant social, occupational or medical impairment. MORE
Life Style / Adoption / Sexual Abuse Symptomology: Indicators and behaviors which suggest that a child may have been sexually abused, including: excessive masturbation, sexual interaction with peers, sexual aggression towards younger and more naive ch MORE
Life Style / Adoption / Physical Abuse: The inflicting of a non-accidental physical injury upon a child. This may include burning, hitting, punching, shaking, kicking, beating or otherwise harming a child. It may, however, have been the res MORE
Health / Dentistry / Mental Illness And Substance Abuse Limitations: When a disability is caused by a psychological/behavioral/emotional disorder, or by alcoholism or the non-medical use of drugs, benefits may be limited by the disability contract to a period of 12 or MORE