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malfeasance

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Etymology

Old French malfaisance, derived from malfaire, maufaire (“do evil”), from Latin malefacere, male facere, from male (“evilly”) + facere (“do, make”).

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˌmælˈfizəns/, SAMPA: /%m{l"fiz@ns/

Hyphenation

mal·fea·sance

Noun

Singular
malfeasance

Plural
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  1. wrongdoing

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