Antonyms for misconducted

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If he has misconducted himself, the unhappy fellow, there have been many excuses for it!

But I cannot face her and tell her that the man she is going to marry has misconducted himself.

He misconducted himself gravely in England and was sent abroad.

That was quite right, for you deserved a flogging for a misconducted boy.

It was at such times that the staff of “The Opp Eagle” misconducted itself.

Not that I have the vaguest notion as to how I have misconducted myself.

She misconducted it, and failed: threw it up in disgust, and begged Rhoda to put her in the public line.

He also took pains to appoint suitable punishments to those who had misconducted themselves.

In his old age Cato became lascivious and misconducted himself with a woman slave.

The vast quantity of booty obtained for this misconducted affair the nick-name of "donkey-day."