I verb abuse, abuti, corrupt, defile, desecrate, dissipate, distort, divert, employ improperly, ill treat, ill use, maltreat, manipulate improperly, misapply, misappropriate, misconduct, misdirect, misdo, mishandle, mismanage, misrule, misspend, mistreat, misuse, molest, overtax, overwork, pervert, pollute, prostitute, ruin, spoil, squander, taint, use wrongly, violate, waste, wear out II index abuse (misuse), convert (misappropriate), exploit (take advantage of), mishandle (maltreat), mismanage, mistreat, persecute

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