misbehavior[ mis-bi-heyv-yer ]SEE DEFINITION OF misbehavior
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MISBEHAVIOR
After what she had said about his misbehavior, the reader will guess what made me say this.
To create a forfeiture, his misbehavior must be gross and aggravated.
The misbehavior of Germany is no excuse for rebuking the liberty of France.
To be honest, I had hardly thought about my misbehavior since then.
Katharine, moreover, was unable to decide what she thought of Cyril's misbehavior.
Then, in a flash, she remembered that she had still to tell her about Cyril's misbehavior.
The fact that we were Australians was held to be accountable for our misbehavior.
What a stomach has once done in the line of misbehavior, a stomach may do again.
On these tours there was often misbehavior such as drinking and fighting.
Not the slightest imputation of any misbehavior in his employment rested on him.