ill-use

[ verb il-yooz; noun il-yoos ]SEE DEFINITION OF ill-use

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He preached it to his daughter that the fellow might ill-use her in some way.

When he entered the house she said, 'Why did you allow them to ill-use my son.'

For them, who now ill-use you, you have gone through life but half a man.

Yes, we may so ill-use our bodies that the watchman sleeps at his post!

He will ill-use us all,—and yet, major, you are going to leave us.

There was nobody to tease or ill-use him, and he was never ill.

They beat and ill-use me, Dick; and I am going to seek my fortune, some long way off.

He said we should have his money, and hoped we would not ill-use him.

There did he find and ill-use a beautiful Saxon girl, who did resist him with many tears.

Those whom he hated he did not ill-use beyond the limits of justice.

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