abuse

Rebuke vs Abuse - What's the difference?

rebuke | abuse |


As verbs the difference between rebuke and abuse

is that rebuke is to criticise harshly; to reprove while abuse is .

As a noun rebuke

is a harsh criticism.

Strain vs Abuse - What's the difference?

strain | abuse |


As verbs the difference between strain and abuse

is that strain is (obsolete) to hold tightly, to clasp while abuse is .

As a noun strain

is (obsolete) treasure or strain can be the act of straining, or the state of being strained.

Peril vs Abuse - What's the difference?

peril | abuse |


As a noun peril

is peril, danger.

As a verb abuse is

.

Vulgar vs Abuse - What's the difference?

vulgar | abuse |


As an adjective vulgar

is vulgar.

As a verb abuse is

.

Absolve vs Abuse - What's the difference?

absolve | abuse |


As verbs the difference between absolve and abuse

is that absolve is to set free, release or discharge (from obligations, debts, responsibility etc) while abuse is .

Abuse vs Denigrate - What's the difference?

abuse | denigrate |


As verbs the difference between abuse and denigrate

is that abuse is while denigrate is to criticise so as to besmirch; traduce, disparage or defame.

Spouse vs Abuse - What's the difference?

spouse | abuse |


As verbs the difference between spouse and abuse

is that spouse is (dated) to wed; to espouse while abuse is .

As a noun spouse

is a person's husband or wife.

Persecution vs Abuse - What's the difference?

persecution | abuse |


As a noun persecution

is persecution.

As a verb abuse is

.

Abuse vs Misappropriate - What's the difference?

abuse | misappropriate |


As verbs the difference between abuse and misappropriate

is that abuse is while misappropriate is to use something wrongly, or illegally.

Profligate vs Abuse - What's the difference?

profligate | abuse |


As verbs the difference between profligate and abuse

is that profligate is (obsolete) to drive away; to overcome while abuse is .

As an adjective profligate

is (obsolete) overthrown, ruined.

As a noun profligate

is an abandoned person; one openly and shamelessly vicious; a dissolute person.

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