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  1. mis·con·duct
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. behave in an improper or unprofessional manner:

      the committee reprimanded two members who were found to have misconducted themselves
    • 2. mismanage (duties or a project):

      there is no evidence that the premises were being misconducted
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: misconduct, plural noun: misconducts

    • v.: verb: misconduct, 3rd person present: misconducts, gerund or present participle: misconducting, past tense: misconducted, past participle: misconducted

    • noun

      unacceptable or improper behaviour, especially by an employee or professional person:

      a penalty assessed against a player for unsportsmanlike conduct:

    • verb

      behave in an improper manner:

      mismanage (an activity):

    • noun

      action that willfully compromises the integrity of scientific research, such as plagiarism or the falsification or fabrication of data:
    • noun

      a punitive suspension of a player for the remainder of a game, with a substitution permitted.
    • noun

      a punitive suspension of a player for the remainder of a game, with a substitution permitted.
    • noun

      action which wilfully compromises the integrity of scientific research, such as plagiarism or the falsification or fabrication of data:
    • noun

      unacceptable or improper behaviour of a very serious kind, especially by an employee or professional person:
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