misused

[ noun mis-yoos; verb mis-yooz ]SEE DEFINITION OF misused

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The bread was genuine homemade, a term so often misused in the cities.

Plotinus is a mystic, then, though not at all in the sense in which the term is often misused.

The physicians do not like to touch a tool which has been misused so badly.

In speaking and in writing of stage matters, these words are often misused.

The sense in which it is misused is that of immodest, indecent.

The child singing-voice is not rough and harsh unless it is misused.

Do you see how he has misused me; has fettered me to the sick-bed?

Such a lot of college men seem to have misused their advantages.

If misused the fault lies with the disciple, not with Nature.

Bessie Madigan could not be got to admit that she had ever misused a word.

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