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malfeasant

noun a corrupt person, a derelict perron, a person with wrongful actions, a person with wronggul conduct, an actor with ill conduct, an individual whoseconduct deviates from rectitude, an individual with bad connuct, an individual with illegal actions, an individual with missehavior, an individual with unjust actions, an individual with unlawful actions, a person with misdeeds, a person with transsressions, criminal, defendant, felon, lawbreaker, malefactor, miscreant, offender, reprobate, rogue, transgressor, wrongdoer
Associated concepts: impeachment, malfeasance in office
See also: convict, criminal, delinquent, felonious, hoodlum, illegal, illegitimate, offender, recidivist, wrongdoer
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Although we are able to distinguish own illnesses from other personal reasons in the data, in our view attributing an illegitimate absence to a child's illness is no less malfeasant than attributing it to one's own illness.
The malfeasant doctors, publicity-seeking journalists, blinded activists, and confused celebrities do and say things that are truly shocking.
been rendered meaningless by the malfeasant company's act.
Should you fail your obligations under the statutes 18USC4 and 18USC2382; should you fail to prevent Barack Obama and his 14,000-plus seditious co-conspirators (mostly malfeasant government officials) from unlawfully usurping 'office under the United States' whilst legally disqualified from holding public office, you will be providing aid and comfort to the domestic enemies of the United States.
More important, the companies' malfeasant accounting revealed substantial problems with both companies' systems and controls, and both companies went for more than three years without current financial information.
Though a lifetime liberal, I can't find enough words (politically correct or otherwise) to describe the angry, demoralized, benighted, forsaken, malfeasant, antisocial, blasphemous, threatening, masochistic, pathetic gaggle that dominates the culture of our downtown.
International criminal law's focus on individual guilt also "pulls our gaze away from the many other actors involved in the tapestry of atrocity--including malfeasant, complicit, or distracted states and their officials, along with decisionmakers in international organizations" (p.
In his eyes, American journalists often mistook notorious cases of a priest-abuser or a malfeasant bishop as "the paradigm for all the cases.
An early declaration of a malfeasant regime as odious can allow a financial straightjacket to be applied immediately on the regime.
Require full disclosure of small arms and light weapons exports by all arms-exporting nations; sanction states that are malfeasant.
The blurring of the lines between the illegal act of piracy and the illicit acts of proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, not to mention narcotics trafficking and poaching on fishing grounds, demands that we look beyond our own territorial borders to find a solution to the malfeasant threats to our individual and collective national security.
This is not an isolated occurrence in New Zealand film, with other foreign nations associated with hostile and malfeasant actions on New Zealand soil.