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Poetic Definitions: abusive
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Badly nasty, foul, improper, dirty or unkind.
scurrilous
slanderous
derogatory
defamatory
But not gentle, genial, benign, mild or bland.
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— Allen Harding
Yoda
Abusive: Master, am I rigid?

Favorable, without exception, you never were!
Equitable, you have not been!
Offensive, you are!
Pejorative, you will constantly be!

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— Curtis Rich
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term abusive
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for offensive

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Florence Dalton
Waka
Just like the backwoods,
they're usually uncouth.
Neither neat nor pure!
A petroleum or oil.
Being immature or green.

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— Connie Norton
Verse (modern)
Abusive

If abusive is rarely in verse, then exclusive may have been the curse!
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— Bryan Morton
Unitoum
Abusive

Blackguardly
temperate
savagely
civilized

temperate
missile
civilized
discus

missile
varied
discus
argued

varied
savagely
argued
blackguardly.
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— Emily Hammond
Tanaka
Causing abrasion
victim of an accident
wet behind the ears
Being raw or unrefined.
sharply disagreeable.

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— Diana Walton
Rondelet
Abusive

Too rigorous,
strictly relative in nature.
Too rigorous,
tedious or laborious.
Difficult to bear or endure,
maximum peak temperature.
Too rigorous.

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— Alan Thornton
Quinzaine
Abusive

Poems ignore trespassers.
Are they criminal?
Are they strange?

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— Ruby Moss
Pi (π)
Can I show a rhyme, published so beings might see
Terse pleasing overviews, notably informing, and oh how provided free?
Coarse or vulgar seem all too manifest. But is biggish?
Offensive, harsh? - or insolent, indecent? Damn! I neglected piggish!
I reason insulting and similarly injurious, but broadly ought I
- throw concepts so - innuendos crafted with computers spry?
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— Bonnie Tate
Octosyllable
Really rigid and piggish.
But also frigid and biggish.
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— Phillip Baldwin
Nonet
Being rustic, boorish or churlish
mediterranean barbel
totalitarianism
municipality
agriculturist
defamation
trespasser
affront
quoit
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— Eugene Benson
Mirror Cinquain
abusive
offensive, scurrilous
reviling, taunting, inveighing
characterized by physical or psychological maltreatment
vituperation
aspersion
a disparagement, detraction or depreciation
lying, abusing, cursing
untrue, void
vilification
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— Howard Ramsey
Limerick
There was a gal from Magruder,
She wanted a word for cruder.
      Could it be the curse?
      But then thought coarse!
So smart that gal from Magruder.
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— Aaron Hardy
Kural
Revilement, vituperation, brickbat, missile
Criticism's scornful indignities

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— Adam Lambert
Haiku (terse)
Objectionable
totalitarianism
acrimonious

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— Diane Harvey
Haiku (3-word)
Originating
valetudinarian
excoriation

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— Justin Burton
Haiku (modern)
A community,
sharp, short, shy, slight, smart, sore, sour,
crude, coarse, rough and foul.

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— Judith Reid
Gnomic
Being defamatory, libellous or slanderous.
Being nonsensical, absurd or preposterous.
Being stormy, tempestuous or boisterous.
Being unsafe, risky or dangerous.

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— Arthur Austin
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
harsh
vulgar
offensive
contumelious
being scurrilous or racial

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— Douglas Grant
Diamante
Abusive
scornful, shameful
hurtling, hovering, billowing
brickbat, rocket ..... incentive, expediency
impelling, arousing, actuating
caustic, provocative
favorable
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— Martha Marshall
Cinquain - Phrasal
abusive
wrongly used
given to misusing
being scurrilous or racial
insulting

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— Brian Bennett
Cinquain - Expressional
abusive
or vulgar
and brutal men
would bring their rough.
barbarous!

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— Gregory Jordan
Butterfly Cinquain
nasty
health damaging
with evil intention
strictly relative in nature
dirty
inside the village limits of
morbid recluse person
wholesale business
loathsome
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— Edward Howard
Acrostic - Prefix
 Abrupt
black
uncivilized
scurrilous
insulting
vituperative
erroneous
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— Barbara Allen
Acrostic - Diagonal
Affirm
Obscene
Scurrilous
Harsh
Ruffianly
Inconvenient
Grenade
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— Havel Morris

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.