Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of malfeasant.

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Examples

  • I used to have a filing tag entitled 'malfeasants'.

    Safehaven

  • Carriers want to be “gatekeepers” for their customers, protecting us from all of the malfeasants of the open internet.

    DPI Doesn’t Kill The Open Internet, Carriers Do

  • Without putting a cop on every corner, you aren't going to stop malfeasants from beefing over things that malfeasants beef over.

    Portland gangster hit in broad daylight (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • First, conservatives have been brow-beating us for years that liberals are allowing illegal aliens (read Mexicans) and convicts (read Blacks) and other malfeasants (read welfare trash) to vote fraudulently, and the only way to prevent that is to force everyone to show up with a signed, state-issued picture ID to prove their citizenship.

    Kimberly Krautter: I Was a Victim of Voter Fraud! Required ID Is No Safeguard

  • "The problem, I would say error, was in buying a package which combined deficit spending, heavy regulation, identifying banks as the malfeasants and jettisoning the reinvention of government in favour of the rehabilitation of government," he writes.

    Tony Blair -- the Money Men's Friend

  • First, conservatives have been brow-beating us for years that liberals are allowing illegal aliens (read Mexicans) and convicts (read Blacks) and other malfeasants (read welfare trash) to vote fraudulently, and the only way to prevent that is to force everyone to show up with a signed, state-issued picture ID to prove their citizenship.

    Kimberly Krautter: I Was a Victim of Voter Fraud! Required ID Is No Safeguard

  • Though the narrative of protagonist Kevin Phenicle tracks Mitnick's life and crimes, Phenicle (aka Boingthump) is a composite drawn not just from Mitnick but other geek malfeasants like Mark Abene (Phiber Optik) and

    Wired Top Stories

  • Perhaps Ted can suggest to the rest of the malfeasants in his Party to donate to his legal fund ...

    Elizabeth Dole Dumps $10K Of Indicted Stevens' Money. Will Other GOP Senators Follow?

  • The authors 'advice to these malfeasants is as stringent as it was nine years ago: stop it.

    Don’t Look, Don’t Touch

  • Though the narrative of protagonist Kevin Phenicle tracks Mitnick's life and crimes, Phenicle (aka Boingthump) is a composite drawn not just from Mitnick but other geek malfeasants like Mark Abene (Phiber Optik) and

    Wired Top Stories

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