abusers

All Noun
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  • However he has decided not to press charges against the abusers.
  • There are several ways that abusers may impact a victim's economic resources.
  • His name is on a State Department list of gross human rights abusers.
  • Abusers were transferred to other institutions, putting children at those institutions at risk.
  • Abusers might blame a bad childhood or even a bad day on why they beat their victims.
  • It is estimated that at least one-third of all abusers have some type of mental illness.
  • He also did not act on complaints against other priests who were also subsequently confirmed to be abusers.
  • It was originally intended that abusers would be publicly named in the Commission's report.
  • Studies show that emotional abusers frequently aim to exercise total control of different aspects of family life.
  • The policy has also been criticised for failing to take female abusers into consideration.
  • Some abusers will pose as children online and make arrangements to meet with them in person.
  • Studies by the 1990s showed that both men and women could be abusers or victims of domestic violence.
  • In every edition we will bring you practical advice for ridiculing abusers of English.
  • The reasons for children being placed with abusers when a safe parent is available are varied and historical.
  • Even if they borrow money from you, the abusers will never have an intention of paying the money back.
  • There is also a slight tendency for children who have been abused to become child abusers themselves.
  • The program has four categories: general population, substance abusers, women, and youth.
  • Learning about animal abuse has revealed patterns of behavior employed by abusers.
  • These experts said some abusers could return to ministry.
  • Once he became a successful actor, his abusers returned to extort money with menaces.
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Root form of abusers is abuser for the noun.

Meaning of abusers

  • noun Someone who abuses