[ UK /ɐbjˈuːsɪvli/ ]
  1. in an abusive manner
    he behaved abusively toward his children
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How To Use abusively In A Sentence

  • What exactly is the etiquette of sitting next to someone on the train who is noisily and abusively breaking up with their boyfriend on a mobile phone?
  • Have you ever seen people who abusively but claim it's merely dominance?
  • A husband shouts abusively at his wife after returning from work.
  • It followed an incident when James's sister, Vicky, was upset when abusively insulted.
  • Rather than considering whether a particular company is pricing abusively, the UK authorities have been able to examine whether prices in a given industry have been against ‘the public interest’.
  • It seems therefore that the only way to put pressure to bear on states that practice immigration control abusively is to use political countermeasures. All the Wrong Reasons « Antiwar.com Blog
  • I looked around the circle for support, but they all agreed, some abusively, that I should go.
  • When they thik they can hide safely, like on this blog, they rant abusively, which is really the only thing they learned how to do in their worthless lives. Think Progress » Frist and Torture: What Did He Know and When Did He Know It?
  • Myspace. co.uk was registered 'abusively' Social networking company MySpace has won the right to have the domain name myspace. co.uk transferred to it despite the fact that it was regis ... Feeds4all documents in category 'SEO'
  • He then started to drag her across the road by her arm and her hair, while shouting abusively at her.
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