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mishandled

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Gopal, a journalist who covered the war, gives a devastating account of how the conflict was astoundingly mishandled.

The Grey Lady said that a series of badly mishandled global crises has “fueled speculation that Mr. Obama may shake up his team.”

Carney had always spun well for the president, yet nothing could put a dignified spin on their mishandled manhug.

It was crystal clear at the time that of all the issues of the campaign, he mishandled Benghazi the worst.

The process was terrible, and Obama (and Kerry) certainly mishandled it going back a couple of years.

The one instance was that of young Barney Mallan, who, while drunk, mishandled a horse so severely as to lame it.

Here, the sons of a wealthy Berlin family were237 mishandled by a private tutor to such an extent that one of the children died.

Detached groups smashed and mishandled things that came in the way.

Freight was mislaid and mishandled; it was frequently very vexing.

No word can cut too keenly at the root of this iniquity; but let us deal gently with the mishandled flower.

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On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mishandled, such as: amiss, awry, bad, erroneous, false, and inaccurate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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