Sentence for abuse | Use abuse in a sentence

Abuse example sentences. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use abuse in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for abuse.

  • Abuse me, Laetitia. (10)
  • I will not abuse him. (4)
  • Whom will it not abuse? (10)
  • It is not your abuse, Mr. Beltham. (10)
  • There is much abuse of this method. (17)
  • I should like a good round of abuse. (10)
  • She wanted somebody to be angry with, somebody to abuse. (10)
  • Consequently nothing was left for him to abuse but himself. (10)
  • The popular gag is to abuse Bevans, and Maxwell is the man to do it. (9)
  • It became again necessary that he should abuse Willoughby for his folly. (10)
  • She dared not abuse her brother to his face: him she would have to console. (10)
  • He did not abuse the wine they were able to procure for him, which was also much. (10)
  • Wherever I stayed for any length of time I was certain to hear abuse of my father. (10)
  • What then is the heart of this term still often used as an expression almost of abuse? (8)
  • Her whole bearing consisted of volleys of abuse, closed by magisterial interrogations. (10)
  • While he lay in the shadow of death, the pitiless Riel stood over him heaping him with abuse. (19)
  • Beltham, I was telling Miss Beltham that I join in the abuse of London exactly because I love it. (10)
  • The tumult of irony, abuse, and retort, went on despite the efforts of Drummond and the chairman. (10)
  • It is to be feared that Mrs. Chump was beginning to abuse her power over the little colourless lady. (10)
  • The abuse of control should bring its own punishment in loss of patronage, or of influence, or of both. (16)
  • He did not disown it or withdraw it, but seemed to feel (not indignantly) that there had been an abuse of it. (9)
  • Afterwards she would regret her generosity, and abuse its recipient as though a trick had been played on her. (12)
  • With a parting volley of abuse she flaunts into the menagerie tent and a feeling of great relief pervades all. (21)
  • And now a wretched stream of abuse was poured out over me, and every one raged against me in the filthiest terms. (12)
  • He knew himself the prey of any one who chose to batten on him, and his hospitality was subject to frightful abuse. (9)
  • She had never learned the art of abuse, and no words could express what was in her heart, so she turned and went out. (8)
  • It is easy to understand that an abuse of this privilege in the interest of the enemy might entail serious consequences. (1)
  • He found it disconcerting that the faces and behaviour of his neighbours lacked anything he could grasp and secretly abuse. (8)
  • She was within, and strangely to his clouded senses she was no longer Tony, no longer the deceptive woman he could in justice abuse. (10)
  • Whenever Hebe called, the other elephants invariably rushed to her side, and the man who tried to abuse her would have met instant death. (21)
  • The tossing of abuse from realist to romanticist and back is but the sword-play of two one-eyed men with their blind side turned toward each other. (8)
  • It was rather a wish of distinction, she believed, which produced his contemptuous treatment of every body, and his general abuse of every thing before him. (4)

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Definition of abuse:

  • abuse, ab-z’, v.t. to use wrongly: to pervert: to revile: to violate. | ns. abuse (ab-s’), ill use: misapplication: reproach: vituperation; ab’sion (_spens._), abuse: deception: reproach. | adj. abus’ive, containing or practising abuse: full of abuses: vituperative. | adv. abus’ively. | n. abus’iveness. (0)

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