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misconducting

See definition of misconducting on Dictionary.com
  • as inmisbehave
  • as inmishandle/mismanage
  • as insin
  • as inmishandle
  • as inmismanage

synonyms for misconducting

  • act up
  • fool around
  • trespass
  • deviate
  • fail
  • misconduct
  • offend
  • roughhouse
  • sin
  • transgress
  • be at fault
  • be bad
  • be dissolute
  • be guilty
  • be immoral
  • be indecorous
  • be insubordinate
  • be mischievous
  • be out of line
  • be out of order
  • be reprehensible
  • bend the law
  • carry on
  • cut up
  • do evil
  • do wrong
  • get into mischief
  • go astray
  • go wrong
  • make trouble
  • sow wild oats
  • take a wrong turn

antonyms for misconducting

MOST RELEVANT
  • behave
  • obey
  • handle
  • manage
  • behave
  • obey
  • stay
  • comply
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    How to use misconducting in a sentence

    What balderdash has been spoken and written about poor Jack everlastingly misconducting himself!
    THE SHELLBACK'S PROGRESSWALTER RUNCIMAN
    If Charles is misconducting himself, I ought to know—and I will, sooner or later.
    PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 105 OCTOBER 7, 1893VARIOUS
    The Commons impeached him for permitting corruption among the public servants, and for wilfully misconducting the war.
    A HISTORY OF ENGLANDCHARLES OMAN
    He is misconducting himself in the most disgraceful way with that lame Italian woman.
    BARCHESTER TOWERSANTHONY TROLLOPE
    I think that he likes to insult me by misconducting himself.
    THE CLAVERINGSANTHONY TROLLOPE
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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