ill use

[ verb il-yooz; noun il-yoos ]

Antonyms for ill use

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Ill use your own words and say that he cant,—that his saintship cant.

All that bought them made not such an ill use of their purchase.

"I do not understand how he can not hate those who ill use him," exclaimed Gilbert.

I will return it when read, and make no ill use of the copy, if granted.

I never saw a Turk ill use the useful, gentle, amiable quadruped.

One step nearer, she said quietly, and Ill use the whip again.

Trusting to shew, in words few, That men have an ill use (To their own shame) women to blame, And causeless them accuse.

A cutting board should always be at hand to chisel and pound upon and to save the bench-top from all ill use.

Women can gain by the ill use of their eyes what men fail to accomplish by their straightforward methods.

"They naturally grudge her the spoils she gains by the ill use of those important members," I answered defensively.