Originally Posted by dr325i
i debate for the sake of voicing my opinion
I argue and fight back when attacked. I NEVER attacked Matt first and never said nasty things to him for voicing his opinion...
Do you even know the definition of abuse?
Yep I know exactly what abuse means...
mistreat: treat badly; "This boss abuses his workers"; "She is always stepping on others to get ahead"
pervert: change the inherent purpose or function of something; "Don't abuse the system"; "The director of the factory misused the funds intended for the health care of his workers"
maltreatment: cruel or inhumane treatment
use foul or abusive language towards; "The actress abused the policeman who gave her a parking ticket"; "The angry mother shouted at the teacher"
a rude expression intended to offend or hurt; "when a student made a stupid mistake he spared them no abuse"; "they yelled insults at the visiting team"
misuse: improper or excessive use
use wrongly or improperly or excessively; "Her husband often abuses alcohol"; "while she was pregnant, she abused drugs"
Abuse is a general term for the use or treatment of something (person, thing, idea, etc.) that causes some kind of harm (to the abused person or thing, to the abusers themselves, or to someone else) or is unlawful or wrongful. Its close synonyms are mistreatment and maltreatment. ...
Abuse is a run and gun computer game developed by Crack dot Com, and published by Origin Systems/Electronic Arts. It was released in 1996, and runs on DOS and Linux operating systems. ...
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abuse (computer game)
(abuse) (ə-būs´) misuse or wrong use, particularly excessive use of anything.
(Latin abuti 'to waste'). 1. the intentional or unintentional misuse of substances, drugs, equipment, programs and so forth 2. to physically or verbally attack or maltreat another; for example, an abused person is an individual who has been harmed by another person or situation. ...
As defined in the General Laws of Massachusetts, abuse is the occurrence of one or more of the following acts between family or household members: Attempting to cause or causing physical harm Placing another in fear of imminent serious physical harm (applies to threats and to situations where ...
Excessive use of a substance in a way it was not meant to be used or not as prescribed.
Prolonged, persistent, or sporadic excessive drug use that is inconsistent with or unrelated to accepted medical practice.
Occurs when alcohol or drug use adversely affects the health of the user or when the use of a substance imposes social, as well as personal costs.
Abuse occurs when one person causes physical or emotional injury or harm to another person. Abuse can also be sexual, if a sexual act is performed on another person without their consent. When older individuals are abused, like in nursing home abuse, the results can be very serious.
The uncontrolled overuse of a drug and the first step to addiction
Harmful use of a specific psychoactive substance. The term also applies to one category of psychoactive substance use disorder. ...
The term drug-abuse is a social, legal and medical construction; legally, the use of any illegal drug could be construed as drug-abuse. Medically, the use of medicines in a non-prescribed manner would be drug-abuse. ...
Continued use despite negative consequences.
pattern of abnormal drug use that occurs despite negative consequences or the threat of physical damage; not the same as addiction.
The improper or excessive use of program benefits, resources, or services by providers or beneficiaries. Abuse can be either intentional or unintentional and can occur when:
Abuse is a situation that causes significant risk to the integrity of the healthcare system and is defined to include infliction of injury, unreasonable confinement, intimidation or cruel punishment with resulting physical harm or emotional harm. ...
The disregard of financial ability to repay. An example of abuse in this context would be the purchase of items before the bankruptcy filing with no reasonable means of repayment.
Treating another person with physical or mental cruelty, usually on a regular basis and against their will. A fundamental difference between BDSM and abuse is that the former is consensual but the latter isn't.
Improper care of another person by the legal guardian. Abuse comes in many forms, including physical, emotional, sexual, and financial.
Any physical injury, sexual abuse, or emotional abuse inflicted on a child other than by accidental means by those responsible for his care, custody, and control, except that discipline including spanking, administered in a reasonable manner, shall not be construed to be abuse.
incidents or practices that may directly or indirectly cause financial losses to government health programs, beneficiaries, or recipients.
The following general actions are considered "abuse" and are strictly prohibited:
now everybody else does too
Now back on ignore for you