abusable

abusable

(əˈbjuːzəbəl)
adj
able to be abused
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4) Schedule II drugs are from drug classes such as opiates, stimulants, and depressants, which are all highly abusable.
Health care providers should be aware that, despite the relative absence of physically addictive properties, antidepressants from most classes are abusable agents sought by young people for non-medical use.
An idea would be labelling the wholesale packages of abusable products to draw retailers attention on the danger of potential of abuse and thus to restrict children and teenagers buying.
There are over 100,000 abusable NTP servers with administrative functions incorrectly open to the general Internet.
It is crucial to realize that when African Americans were wanted as low-cost, abusable labour in the USA, the production of niggers was both a major enterprise by the state, and a major gift, or subsidy, to capital.
I apologise to those concerned about the finer feelings of idiots, but sadly at that stage, evolution had not yet brought us the more freely abusable figure of the cowboy.
Proactively scan To remediate NTP Services, he suggested to "proactively scan for and remediate abusable NTP services on the ISP and customer networks to reduce the number of abusable NTP servers.
West Virginia is rich in plant life, some of which are abusable.
Can so diffuse and abusable a concept be employed productively in a comparative context?
2006) Medical use, illicit use, and diversion of abusable prescription drugs.
We disagree with the sale of an abusable drug in a pharmacy, which is considered a health center," Virginia Olmos, president of the Association of Chemists and Pharmacists of Uruguay told AFP.