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Definition of "misconducted" [misconducted]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of misconduct. (verb)

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Use "misconducted" in a sentence
  • "Mr Justice Donal O'Donnell found arbitrator Geoffrey F. Hawker had "misconducted" the arbitration in the technical sense and this required the setting aside of his October 2007 award on the dispute between the Council and Samuel Kingston Construction Company (SKC) arising from a contract of April 5th 2004 for the redevelopment of Eyre Square."
  • "Attempts to determine when it is acceptable to conduct clinical research have been significantly influenced by its history, by how it has been conducted and, in particular, by how it has been misconducted."
  • "They were shamefully treated; and it is recorded that the Oxford scholars hissed and howled and groaned, and misconducted themselves in an anything but a scholarly way."
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