Thesaurus / mismanaged


But the powder of the Mexicans was mostly bad, they shot high, and their little gun was mismanaged.

In this comedy Aristophanes depicts how the Athenian state was so mismanaged that no one knew what to do.

There were very many who still agreed with the rector in thinking that the Earl's case had been mismanaged.

Lady AnnaAnthony Trollope

I can only infer that matters at Thorpe Ambrose, having been all mismanaged, are all going wrong.

ArmadaleWilkie Collins

The poor woman has mismanaged her life and her position, and she is expiating her fault most cruelly.

Mr. Dowling was disappointed, and inclined to think that his employee had mismanaged the affair.

The Tempting of TavernakeE. Phillips Oppenheim

So that indirectly, and virtually, perhaps, all suicides may be traced to mismanaged digestion.

On earth, children are so mismanaged—no wonder they become the sort of men they do.

The ignorant physicians of those days mismanaged him hopelessly.

At length the general voice seemed to declare that Clive alone could restore order in the mismanaged Presidency.

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