misuser

1
[mis-yoo-zer]

Origin of misuser

1
1615–25; noun use of Middle French mesuser to misuse

misuser

2
[mis-yoo-zer]
noun
  1. a person who misuses.

Origin of misuser

2
First recorded in 1540–50; mis-1 + user1
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British Dictionary definitions for misuser

misuser

noun
  1. law an abuse of some right, privilege, office, etc, such as one that may lead to its forfeiture
  2. (often in combination) a person who regularly abuses alcohol, drugs, etcheroin misusers

Word Origin for misuser

C17: from Old French mesuser (infinitive used as noun)
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