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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of misbehave.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Guilty of ill behavior; illbred; rude.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Guilty of ill behavior; ill-bred; rude.
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She told me 2 people had told her that she should carry some rolled up newspaper, and when her dog 'misbehaved' she should smack the dog across the snout.
The customer claimed to have already paid back the loan, while his wife told the police the agents had "misbehaved" with her.
Mom charged in girl's death after she 'misbehaved' while brushing teeth
If she causes a scene at Gene's birthday party, she risks looking foolish in front of her friends and further upsetting Henry after she "misbehaved" at that dinner.
Although French doctors declared Armstrong's hair, urine and blood samples were all drug-free, the AFLD said the seven-time Tour de France champion "misbehaved" when a tester asked him to provide the samples following a training ride in the French Riviera town of Beaulieu-sur-Mer on 17 March.
"Outrageous reports yesterday coming out of France allege that I 'misbehaved' during a recent unannounced drug test performed by the French government while I was training in southern France in early March," said Armstrong.
Armstrong, who described reports in France that he had "misbehaved" as outrageous, said he just wanted to have the tester's ID checked before complying with the request.
Lance Armstrong denied having "misbehaved" during a random drugs test conducted by the French anti-doping authority last month.
Outrageous reports yesterday coming out of France allege that I "misbehaved" during a recent unannounced drug test performed by the French government while I was training in southern France in early March.
"misbehaved" with some officials in the commission and had also publicly criticised Women and Child Development Minster Renuka Chaudhary.