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noun as in malpractice

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I care that Feinstein catastrophically mismanaged the hearings, was outwitted without realizing it, and did a grave disservice to the public.

Pew said perceptions that China mismanaged the virus contributed significantly to the rise in negative attitudes towards the country in other nations.

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The Republicans’ mismanaged response to this pandemic and the rush to confirm a Supreme Court justice .

The United States is one of the only countries in the world that mismanages checks and balances on drug prices.

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He also announced a plan to stop funding the World Health Organization over what he called “mismanaging and covering up” China’s failures.

It was a mismanagement situation that led to me not acting for 10 months.

Some have been a result of mismanagement; others, simply horrible coincidences.

He filed for bankruptcy in 1999 due to the alleged mismanagement of his trust fund.

Other allegations of rampant mismanagement or crony lending schemes designed to enrich bank executives continue to dog VTB.

Nor will Hillary repeat the tactical blunders, disarray and mismanagement of her previous presidential effort.

Indeed, according to an official report at the time, worse than mismanagement existed.

By mismanagement, he lost his estate, upon which many gentlemen are now living at ease in the city.

Yes, of course I was sorry for Mataafa, but a good deal sorrier and angrier about the mismanagement of all the white officials.

But it is impossible to live here and not feel very sorely the consequences of the horrid white mismanagement.

When the feeling does exist, I believe it often arises from parental mismanagement, or from an unfortunate method of advising.


On this page you'll find 100 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mismanagement, such as: blunder, failure, fault, flaw, glitch, and inaccuracy.

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