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What are words that rhyme with abuse?
What is the synonym of abuse?
Some common synonyms of abuse are billingsgate, invective, obloquy, and vituperation. While all these words mean “vehemently expressed condemnation or disapproval,” abuse, the most general term, usually implies the anger of the speaker and stresses the harshness of the language.
Which word has the same sound like the word old?
What is a word that rhymes with you?
What’s a word that rhymes with life?
What is the purpose of abuse?
Domestic violence and abuse are used for one purpose and one purpose only: to gain and maintain total control over you. An abuser doesn’t “play fair.” An abuser uses fear, guilt, shame, and intimidation to wear you down and keep you under their thumb.
What’s another word for verbally abusive?
What is another word for verbal abuse?
What is abusive word?
1a : using harsh, insulting language an angry and abusive crowd. b : harsh and insulting abusive language. c : using or involving physical violence or emotional cruelty abusive behavior an abusive husband an abusive relationship.
What does the word untold mean?
Definition of untold 1a : not told or related. b : kept secret. 2 : too great or numerous to count : incalculable, vast.
What is the rhyming word of blue?
Near rhymes with Blue
What word rhymes with bite?
What is the antonym for abuse?
Antonyms for abuse. good deed. kindness. obedience. goodness. acclamation. adulation. aid. approval.
What is the definition of abuse?
The wanton destruction or spoiling of a place or area The presence in or introduction into the environment of a substance which has harmful or poisonous effects To treat with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly “Jockeys get suspended if they abuse their horses over here.”
What does it mean to abuse power?
To apply improperly or incorrectly in an almost obscene way “Those who are of corrupt character are likely to abuse any power afforded to them.” (of a quantity of something) To apply improperly or incorrectly in an almost obscene way “He would abuse the funds allocated to him by spending it on costly, yet frivolous, items.”