OTHER WORDS FROM malfeasancemal·fea·sant, adjective, noun
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He’s a boxing trainer whose wife dies because of a pharmaceutical company’s greed and malfeasance—and because she has cancer.From Stillwater to Sweet Girl, A New Crop of Movies Explores the Plight of Modern Dads|Belinda Luscombe|August 18, 2021|Time
Digital currencies will help governments fight malfeasance, smooth the transfer of assets across borders, and enable central banks to deal directly with citizens—especially helpful in times of crisis.How China’s Digital Currency Could Challenge the Almighty Dollar|Charlie Campbell|August 11, 2021|Time
He seemed personally enraged by public malfeasance and corruption by public officials.Edward T. Pound, tenacious ‘old-school’ investigative reporter, dies at 77|Matt Schudel|July 29, 2021|Washington Post
Its elections long have been flagged for malfeasance and misadministration.New York's Mayoral Race Shows that Ranked Choice Voting Works—Even With Snafus|Kevin Kosar and Elayne Allen|July 10, 2021|Time
In this regard, the latest updates make it even more difficult for companies to get away with this type of malfeasance.Marketers fret as Apple’s hardline stance on tracking gets firmer|Seb Joseph|June 10, 2021|Digiday
The commission has accused Yingluck of malfeasance in a rice-subsidy program aimed at improving the incomes of Thai rice farmers.
The prime minister must appear before the anti-corruption commission on February 27 to answer the malfeasance charges.
Allegations of malfeasance against Raheen continue to surface.
In the weeklong trial, the Pittsburgh lawyer laid out the most devastating account of corporate malfeasance.Laurence Leamer on Coal Baron Donald Blankenship’s Downfall|Laurence Leamer|May 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Arguably that question points to a much larger problem than Stapel's malfeasance.How Social Scientists, and the Rest of Us, Got Seduced By a Good Story|Megan McArdle|April 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I never heard of any of them being removed for incompetency, dereliction of duty or malfeasance.
The knowledge of this added treachery hath come to me but recently; and this also was of Rizzo's malfeasance.The Royal Pawn of Venice|Mrs. Lawrence Turnbull
Removals were made for neglect of duty, malfeasance in office, refusing to obey orders, and obstructing Reconstruction.Civil War and Reconstruction in Alabama|Walter L. Fleming
Don Nicholas de Ovando pleaded smoothly the Sovereign's most strict command which in any to disobey were plain malfeasance!1492|Mary Johnston
At Sienna he learned that his house had been pillaged and burned and he himself had been accused of malfeasance in office.Dante: "The Central Man of All the World"|John T. Slattery