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Definition of Abusion

Abusion
Abusion A*bu"sion, n. [OE. abusion, abusioun, OF. abusion, fr. L. abusio misuse of words, f. abuti. See Abuse, v. t.] Evil or corrupt usage; abuse; wrong; reproach; deception; cheat. --Chaucer.

Meaning of Abusion from wikipedia

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