To behave (oneself) in an inappropriate way: The children misbehaved themselves at dinner. (verb-transitive)
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Use "misbehave" in a sentence
"The Carnival tradition of wearing masks, role reversal, anonymity, and general license to misbehave is still common throughout the Catholic world."
""If you widen the terms of reference to say conflict diamonds include all governments who misbehave, that is a different process," said Izhakoff."
"Not even Torquemada would have entertained some of the tortures that they want visited on offending players and other fans who "misbehave"."