One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
noun & adjectiveLaw
- ‘It's still possible that this is just a cataclysmic bankruptcy for which a few malfeasant executives will pay a stiff price.’
- ‘It is no longer the case that a malfeasant physician can escape her record by moving to another state.’
- ‘They are a malfeasant U.S. corporation that has potentially caused us to lose $500 million.’
- ‘At the least he ought to have known or is malfeasant for not making it his business to know.’
- ‘How much gumption does it take to pillory the malfeasant editors, reporters, and publisher who turned to compost ages ago?’
- ‘I have no evidence to back up this sort of malfeasant roguish claim.’
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