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1. Abusive synonyms, Abusive pronunciation, Abusive translation, English dictionary definition of Abusive

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2. Characterized by improper or wrongful use: Abusive utilization of public funds.

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3. Synonyms for Abusive: contumelious, invective, opprobrious, scurrile, scurrilous, truculent, vitriolic, vituperative

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4. Abusive definition, using, containing, or characterized by harshly or coarsely insulting language: an Abusive author; Abusive remarks

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5. Find 32 ways to say Abusive, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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6. Abusive relationships aren’t defined only by physical violence

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7. And, though you might think it would be clear when someone is being Abusive, Abusive patterns can sometimes be hard to spot – especially for the victim.

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8. How to spot an Abusive partner before it's too late

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9. Dealing with an Abusive sibling is a serious matter

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10. Abusive: 1 adj characterized by physical or psychological maltreatment “ Abusive punishment” “arguedthat foster homes are Abusive ” Synonyms: harmful causing or capable of causing harm adj expressing offensive reproach Synonyms: opprobrious , scurrilous offensive causing anger or annoyance

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11. Abusive power and control (or controlling behaviour or coercive control) is the way that abusers gain and maintain power and control over a victim for an Abusive purpose such as psychological, physical, sexual, or financial abuse.

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12. The Internal Revenue Service has a comprehensive strategy in place to combat Abusive tax shelters and transactions

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13. This strategy includes guidance on Abusive transactions, regulations governing tax shelters, a hotline for taxpayers to use to report Abusive technical transactions, and enforcement activity against Abusive tax shelter promoters and investors.

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14. Abusive definition: Someone who is Abusive behaves in a cruel and violent way towards other people

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15. Signs of an Abusive man can range from emotional, verbal, physical, or sexual abuse

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16. Frequently an emotionally Abusive man is also verbally Abusive or a combination of all abuse types

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17. We have briefly discussed the signs of an Abusive man, FAQ's and tips which serves as a complete guide for all the related problems.

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18. What does Abusive mean? Being physically injurious; characterized by repeated violence

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19. An Abusive person might seem like a nice person a lot of the time, and they might say that they care or are in love

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20. ‘an Abusive relationship’ ‘The gratuitous gossip included claims of domestic violence, adultery and Abusive relationships.’ ‘She struggled through divorce, life as a single parent, Abusive relationships and another rocky marriage.’

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21. The Abusive partner will show passive-aggressive behaviors which may result in Abusive reactions

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22. The victim’s own behavior might change in an attempt to prevent any Abusive reactions from their partner

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23. Abusive behavior isn't always as obvious as physical abuse like being hit or shoved, or verbal abuse such as being called degrading names or cussed out

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24. The use of Abusive language and mudslinging or character assassination should be avoided at any cost

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25. The now-familiar relation between an Abusive parent and the eventual chemical dependency of the child is also illustrated

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26. She is a brash, Abusive, and obnoxious woman who seems to think she's a real, honest-to-God filmmaker.

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27. Abusive is a guy who abuses people for his own amusement

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28. Abusive refers to anyone who beats on another physically, uses psychological and verbal abuse against someone or bullies another person.

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29. Abusive conduct, including malicious verbal, visual, or physical actions, or the gratuitous sabotage or undermining of a person's work performance

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30. Abusive conduct that is harassing is defined as any words, gestures or actions directed at an individual or group that may cause a reasonable person to experience fear or intimidation.

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31. Abusive OG may not produce the highest yields in the garden, but makes up for it with resin-caked buds

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32. A popular Californian cut of OG Kush , Abusive OG is an indica strain that inherited the

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33. Presumably, the Abusive fallacy is persuasive because we mistake the context of the argument for one of those in which the character or characteristics of the opponent do actually matter

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34. In any Ad Hominem - Abusive fallacy, the abuse should be in the actual words used, not just in a perceived tone of voice (especially if the fallacy is written

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35. An Abusive relationship isn’t just limited to physical violence

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36. He became Abusive and his wife was injured in the struggle

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37.Abusively adverb — Abusiveness noun [uncountable] Examples from the Corpus Abusive • After several unwarranted and unreasonably Abusive attacks in the press, Riva Palacio resigned on August 10,1848

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38. • Smith was fined £500 for making foul and Abusive comments to match officials.

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39. Abusive 'Abusive' is a 7 letter word starting with A and ending with E Crossword clues for 'Abusive'

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40. We consider Abusive behavior an attempt to harass, intimidate, or silence someone else’s voice

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41. Definition of Abusive adjective in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

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42. Britney Spears freed from "Abusive" conservatorship

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43. Elizabeth Holmes details Abusive relationship with Theranos ex-President Balwani ahead of cross-examination

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44. An experience is Abusive if it meets any of the conditions listed below

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45. Abusive Head Trauma: Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) is the group of signs and symptoms experienced by very young children who are shaken

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