Definition of Misfeasor

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misfeasor

misfaiths
misfall
misfallen
misfalls
misfalne
misfare
misfared
misfares
misfaring
misfashion
misfashioned
misfashioning
misfashions
misfeasance
misfeasances
misfeasor (current term)
misfeasors
misfeature
misfeatures
misfed
misfeed
misfeeding
misfeeds
misfeeling
misfeign
misfeigns
misfell
misfield
misfielded
misfielding

Literary usage of Misfeasor

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1. Water Rights in the Western States: The Law of Prior Appropriation of Water by Samuel Charles Wiel (1911)
"... of an- sonne: la peche, qu'on en fait, est other, by taking and carrying away un genre d'occupation par lequel les of water, he is no misfeasor within ..."

2. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1890)
"This word is often carelessly used in the sense of malfeasance. misfeasor, ... In lair, a trespasser; a misfeasor. ..."

3. The Law of Strikes, Lockouts and Labor Organizations by Thomas Sydenham Cogley (1894)
"... et in cenx cases le common ley est de mercie car ceo prevent le misfeasor a faire mischiefe et le innocent a suffer ceo. Hill 37, H. 8, ..."

4. A Selection of Cases and Other Authorities Upon Criminal Law by Joseph Henry Beale (1915)
"An indictment of a man for that he is a common misfeasor is not good, because it is too general. 22 Ass. 73. So an indictment that he is communis pads ..."

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