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- v. To behave badly; with a reflexive pronoun, i.e. to misdemean oneself.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To behave ill; -- with a reflexive pronoun.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To behave (one's self) ill; conduct (one's self) improperly.
- To misbehave.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. behave badly
I would misdemean to rebuke to the libels of snots from the fleshambles, the canalles.
One white juvenile pleaded guilty yesterday to a misdemean - or count of accessory after the fact to a robbery that occurred Jan. 18.
Knowing that Hughs was to be released that morning early, he had, with the circumspection and foresight of his character, reasoned thus: 'I shan't lie easy in my bed, I shan't hev no peace until I know that low feller's not a-goin' to misdemean himself with me.
From my experience, if you misdemean as a SNCO then forget the tailor's bill for your hook to hang it on.
Cox was scheduled to go on trial this week on nearly 20 charges including burglary, trespassing, and misdemean ...
* selves well; but if they shall misdemean, if they
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