abuse

Abuse vs Abut - What's the difference?

abuse | abut |


As verbs the difference between abuse and abut

is that abuse is while abut is to touch by means of a mutual border, edge or end; to border on; to lie adjacent; to project; to terminate; to be contiguous; to meet, of an estate, country, etc .

Abuse vs Speck - What's the difference?

abuse | speck |


As a verb abuse

is .

As a noun speck is

bacon.

Abuse vs Abuseth - What's the difference?

abuse | abuseth |


As verbs the difference between abuse and abuseth

is that abuse is while abuseth is (archaic) (abuse).

Obtuse vs Abuse - What's the difference?

obtuse | abuse |


As an adjective obtuse

is blunt; not sharp.

As a verb abuse is

.

Discriminate vs Abuse - What's the difference?

discriminate | abuse |


As verbs the difference between discriminate and abuse

is that discriminate is to make distinctions while abuse is .

As an adjective discriminate

is having the difference marked; distinguished by certain tokens.

Batter vs Abuse - What's the difference?

batter | abuse |


As verbs the difference between batter and abuse

is that batter is to hit or strike violently and repeatedly or batter can be (architecture) to slope (of walls, buildings etc) while abuse is .

As a noun batter

is a beaten mixture of flour and liquid (usually egg and milk), used for baking (eg pancakes, cake, or yorkshire pudding) or to coat food (eg fish) prior to frying or batter can be an incline on the outer face of a built wall or batter can be (baseball) the player attempting to hit the ball with a bat.

Brutal vs Abuse - What's the difference?

brutal | abuse |


As an adjective brutal

is (senseid)savagely violent, vicious, ruthless, or cruel.

As a verb abuse is

.

Abuse vs Allure - What's the difference?

abuse | allure |


As a verb abuse

is .

As a noun allure is

affectation.

Abuse vs Anxiety - What's the difference?

abuse | anxiety |


As a verb abuse

is .

As a noun anxiety is

an unpleasant state of mental uneasiness, nervousness, apprehension and obsession or concern about some uncertain event.

Abuse vs Abasement - What's the difference?

abuse | abasement |


As a verb abuse

is .

As a noun abasement is

the act of abasing, humbling, or bringing low .

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