misappropriation

[ mis-uh-proh-pree-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF misappropriation

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Tom never for a moment regarded the misappropriation of the gold as a theft.

But a second avenue of misappropriation thus was discovered.

Dr. Cronin had been charging the triangle with misappropriation of the funds—and what else?

I allow, then, that some misappropriation is not improbable.

To spend so large an amount of the people's money in purely secular education seems to me a misappropriation of funds.

After my defection, or misappropriation, he solaced himself by trying to make one or two other friendships.

He allows no luxury or self-indulgence, no misappropriation of time, no ostentatious display of wealth or station.

The funds ought to be applied to the general good; and if they're only spent on a few, I call it misappropriation of a trust.

He found that a most elaborate system of fraudulent entry in the city books covered the misappropriation of enormous sums.

Eventually, however, Argall was severely criticized and accused of the misappropriation of Company resources.

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