Definition of abuser in English:

abuser

Syllabification: a·bus·er
Pronunciation: /əˈbyo͞ozər
 
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noun

[usually with modifier]
  • 1Someone who regularly or habitually abuses someone or something, in particular.
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    • Human rights abusers abuse laws, rules, and regulations.
    • But for that optimistic hope to be realized, the UN would need to have enforceable powers over corporate polluters and human - rights abusers.
    • I made photographs of what I saw and freely accepted my bias, using it to make heroic portraits of people with AIDS and critical images of their political and social abusers.
  • 1.1Someone who makes excessive use of alcohol or illegal drugs: intravenous drug abusers
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    • But isn't it also lifestyle discrimination to charge higher premiums to smokers, airplane pilots, drug and alcohol abusers, and drunk drivers?
    • Active drug and alcohol abusers, for instance, aren't acceptable candidates.
    • Especially vulnerable to the threat of abuse are children who reside in homes with drug and alcohol abusers.
  • 1.2Someone who sexually assaults another person, especially a woman or child: an alleged child abuser

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