Noun Abusiveness Definition and Examples


Noun:

Abusiveness

Pronunciation:

/əˈbjuːsɪvnəs/

Definition:
1.

noun

  1. 'I've had a policy of not editing comments of others, regardless of abusiveness.'
  2. 'He contemplated whether to endure Curt's verbal abusiveness or silently return to his room.'
  3. 'As in previous research, for the purpose of data analyses, subjects were dichotomized in terms of intimate abusiveness and level of distress in their current relationship.'
  4. 'But his stridency and his abusiveness, particularly of the pathetic Miss Taboo, brings him perilously close to being just another cartoonish Evil Queen.'
  5. 'Basically, the best I can do to explain Taylor's reaction to his father's abusiveness is that his father really did used to be a caring individual, and treat him well.'
  6. 'After a long, unpleasant legal battle, in which allegations of infidelity and abusiveness were raised, the parents split custody.'
  7. 'Counselors in this area report that the most successful groups are the ones in which the men come to challenge one another about their abusiveness.'
  8. 'Read the postings without benefit of rebuttals and one is astonished at the level of casual cruelty and abusiveness visited on innocent youth.'
  9. 'Sharon said that Linda is verbally abusive and her abusiveness reminds her of her father, whom Linda is closer to than Sharon.'
  10. 'Isn't it more likely that the cause of Larry's behavior was his father's abusiveness and had nothing, or at the most, very little, to do with divorce itself?'
((n.) The quality of being abusive; rudeness of language, or violence to the person.)



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