Examples from the Web for abusiveness
The palm for abusiveness was, however, carried off by Nicholls and Jekyll.William Pitt and the Great War|John Holland Rose
His answer to the offensive production flows with anger, and is harsh even to abusiveness.
Their crude productions, for the most part, were conspicuous rather for insolence and abusiveness than for logic or learning.
British Dictionary definitions for abusiveness
Word Origin and History for abusiveness
1530s (implied in abusively), originally "improper," from Middle French abusif, from Latin abusivus, from abus-, past participle stem of abuti (see abuse (v.)). Meaning "full of abuse" is from 1580s. Abuseful was used 17c., and Shakespeare has abusious ("Taming of the Shrew," 1594). Related: Abusiveness.