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misfeasor

[mis-fee-zer] /mɪsˈfi zər/
noun, Law.
1.
a person who is guilty of misfeasance.
Origin of misfeasor
1625-1635
From the Anglo-French word mesfesor, dating back to 1625-35. See misfeasance, -or2
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