abused[ verb uh-byooz; noun uh-byoos ]SEE DEFINITION OF abused
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABUSED
It seems foolish to stay here, abused as I have been lately, and as I will be tomorrow.
He had been abused in that way by passengers since the day of his birth.
There I lay, abused and neglected by all but my four friends.
And it grieves me that you should have abused your knowledge to join me here.
He shut me up, he half starved me, he struck me, and abused me.
The High Church party obtained the ascendancy and abused their power.
They have abused your hate who told you that Titian was jealous.
And Mary, she died, after bein' abused and deserted by that cussed husband of hers.
Their meeting itself was illegal, and our license has been abused.
They abused each other badly in their efforts to lay hold of his money-bags.