Mismanager \Mis*man"a*ger\, n. One who manages ill. [1913 Webster]

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  • mismanager — noun One who mismanages …   Wiktionary

  • mismanager — mɪs mænɪdÊ’É™(r) n. one who manages poorly, one who manages or administers badly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • mismanager — mis·manager …   English syllables

  • mismanager — noun see mismanage …   Useful english dictionary

  • mismanage — mismanagement, n. mismanager, n. /mis man ij/, v.t., v.i., mismanaged, mismanaging. to manage incompetently or dishonestly: to mismanage funds. [1680 90; MIS 1 + MANAGE] Syn. mishandle, bungle, botch, maladminister. * * * …   Universalium

  • bungler — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. fumbler, botcher, blunderer, flounderer, mismanager, muddler, spoiler, incompetent, numskull, featherbrain, harebrain, dolt, blockhead, scatterbrain, airhead, dunce, clod, ignoramus, idiot, duffer, addlebrain, gawk, donkey …   English dictionary for students

  • bungler — n. Botcher, lout, mismanager, lubber, fumbler, clumsy workman, bad hand (at anything), fresh water sailor …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • klutz — n Slang. 1. bungler, botcher, Inf. duffer, Sl. butcher, mismanager; fumbler, butterfingers, blunderer, stumbler, Inf. bull in a china shop; lubber, looby, lummox, Sl. galoot, lout, oaf, Sl. shlemiel. 2. blockhead, dunce, dolt, dullard, ignoramus …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • mismanage — /mɪsˈmænɪdʒ/ (say mis manij) verb (t) (mismanaged, mismanaging) to manage incompetently or dishonestly. –mismanagement, noun –mismanager, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • bungler — [n] person who blunders addlebrain*, blockhead*, blunderer, bonehead*, botcher*, bumbler, butcher*, butterfingers*, clod, clumsy oaf*, dolt, donkey*, duffer*, dunce, featherbrain*, fool, foul up*, fumbler*, goofball*, goof off*, harebrain*, idiot …   New thesaurus

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