Definition of misbehavior in English:


Syllabification: mis·be·hav·ior
Pronunciation: /ˌmisbēˈhāvyər
(British misbehaviour)


The action of misbehaving; bad behavior: he had denied all sexual misbehavior
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  • The media undoubtedly gloat over celebrity misbehaviour with children.
  • Children are not, themselves, consciously aware of the purpose of their misbehavior.
  • The charges have usually involved corruption or serious misbehavior on the bench.

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