misdoing

  • 1Misdoing — Mis*do ing, n. A wrong done; a fault or crime; an offense; as, it was my misdoing. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2misdoing — I noun badness, blunder, bungle, crime, cruel act, culpability, delinquency, deviation from rectitude, dishonesty, disorderly conduct, dutilessness, error, evildoing, fault, foul play, guilty act, illegality, immorality, improbity, impropriety,… …

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  • 3misdoing — noun An act of misdoing. […] our Governing Class […] have not yet learned even to sit still, and do no mischief! For no yet asks more of them than this; Nature and Fact, very imperatively, asking so much more of them. Anti Corn Law League asks… …

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  • 4Misdoing — Misdo Mis*do (m[i^]s*d[=oo] ), v. t. [imp. {Misdid}; p. p. {Misdone} (m[i^]s*d[u^]n ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Misdoing}.] [AS. misd[=o]n. See {Do}, v.] [1913 Webster] 1. To do wrongly. [1913 Webster] Afford me place to show what recompense Towards thee …

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  • 5misdoing — noun Date: 15th century the act or an instance of misbehaving ; misconduct …

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  • 6misdoing — See misdoer. * * * …

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  • 7misdoing — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. fault, betrayal, transgression; see error 1 , mistake 2 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Improper, often rude behavior: horseplay, misbehavior, misconduct, naughtiness, wrongdoing. See GOOD …

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  • 8misdoing — n. sin, crime, offense, misdeedv. do wrong, do improperly; behave inappropriately; sin …

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  • 9misdoing — noun a misdeed …

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  • 10misdoing — n. Offence, misdeed, fault …

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  • 11misdoing — n 1. wrongdoing, evildoing, wickedness, sinfulness, iniquity, vice; knavery, dishonesty, villainy. 2. malefaction, malfeasance, crime, offense, misdeed. See misdeed …

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  • 12misdoing — n. a misdeed …

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  • 13misdo — verb (misdid; misdone; misdoing; misdoes) Date: before 12th century intransitive verb obsolete to act wrongly ; transgress the laws of God < the erring soul not wilfully misdoing John Milton > transitive verb to do (something) incorrectly or&#8230; …

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  • 14Chitragupta — This article is about the Hindu god. For the composer, see Chitragupta (composer). Chitragupta (चित्रगुप्त) Devanagari चित्रगुप्त Affiliation Deva Mantra ॐ श्री चित्रगु …

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  • 15crime — / krīm/ n [Middle French, from Latin crimen fault, accusation, crime] 1: conduct that is prohibited and has a specific punishment (as incarceration or fine) prescribed by public law compare delict, tort 2: an offense against public law …

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  • 16culpability — I noun blame, blameworthiness, censurableness, chargeableness, criminality, delinquency, dereliction, failure in duty, fault, guilt, guiltiness, improbity, misbehavior, misconduct, misdoing, peccability, peccancy, remissness, reprehensibility,&#8230; …

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  • 17misdemeanor — mis·de·mean·or /ˌmis di mē nər/ n: a crime that carries a less severe punishment than a felony; specif: a crime punishable by a fine and by a term of imprisonment not to be served in a penitentiary and not to exceed one year compare felony&#8230; …

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  • 18misfeasance — mis·fea·sance /mis fēz əns/ n [Anglo French misfesance, from Middle French mesfaire to do wrong, from mes wrongly + faire to make, do, from Latin facere]: the performance of a lawful action in an illegal or improper manner; specif: the&#8230; …

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  • 19offense — of·fense or of·fence /ə fens/ n 1: a violation of the law; esp: a criminal act nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy U.S. Constitution amend. V see also lesser included offense 2 …

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  • 20delinquency — de·lin·quen·cy /di liŋ kwən sē/ n pl cies 1 a: the quality or state of being delinquent b: juvenile delinquency contributing to the delinquency of a minor …

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