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Misbehaviour

noun
1.
Improper or wicked or immoral behavior.  Synonyms: misbehavior, misdeed.






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"Misbehaviour" Quotes from Famous Books



... of a refus'd hag, Under the old ruins of Booby's barn; Who, as she liv'd, at length she likewise died, And for her good deeds went unto the devil: But, hell not wont to harbour such a guest, Her fellow-fiends do daily make complaint Unto grim Pluto and his lady queen Of her unruly misbehaviour; Entreating that a passport might be drawn For her to wander till the day of doom On earth again, to vex the minds of men, And swore she was the fittest fiend in hell To drive men to desperation. To this intent her passport straight was drawn, And in a whirlwind forth of hell she came: O'er hills ...
— A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Vol. IX • Various



Words linked to "Misbehaviour" :   rascality, juvenile delinquency, irregularity, roguery, indecency, peccadillo, wrongful conduct, familiarity, wrongdoing, liberty, infantilism, shenanigan, misconduct, deviltry, indecorum, mischief-making, delinquency, mischievousness, ruffianism, impropriety, mischief, roguishness, indiscretion, actus reus, devilment, devilry, abnormality



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