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synonyms for misemployed

  • corrupt
  • exploit
  • pervert
  • squander
  • mistreat
  • blow
  • profane
  • ill-treat
  • brutalize
  • maltreat
  • wrong
  • desecrate
  • dissipate
  • misapply
  • outrage
  • molest
  • waste
  • maul
  • prostitute
  • cut up
  • go through
  • mess up
  • run through
  • shake up
  • handle roughly
  • misemploy
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antonyms for misemployed

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  • handle
  • manage
  • please
  • make happy
  • save
  • protect
  • guard
  • hoard
  • assist
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How to use misemployed in a sentence

If you can graduate with honours in Holberg, your time, in so far, has certainly not been misemployed.
AMERICA TO-DAY, OBSERVATIONS AND REFLECTIONSWILLIAM ARCHER
For the idols they have worshipped, and the talents misemployed.
HEART UTTERANCES AT VARIOUS PERIODS OF A CHEQUERED LIFE.ELIZA PAUL KIRKBRIDE GURNEY
Such misemployed ability is like the "staff of life," turned by a magic worse than Egyptian, into the serpent of death.
TEN YEARS AMONG THE MAIL BAGSJAMES HOLBROOK
As your tongues are misemployed, so your wits and minds are dishonoured by vain talk.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY (VOLUME 1 OF 4)RICHARD BAXTER
Whatever use you make of these sounds, I fear you must still have misemployed the three days and lost the widow.
ADVENTURES IN THE MOON, AND OTHER WORLDSJOHN RUSSELL RUSSELL
The ship had been absent two years and sixteen days, the greater part of which had been misemployed.
OCEAN'S STORY; OR TRIUMPHS OF THIRTY CENTURIESEDWARD ROWLAND
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