Noun(1) a crime less serious than a felony
(1) the player can expect a suspension for his latest misdemeanour(2) The need to turn around his public image and erase the memory of past misdemeanours is not the only requirement of a man who aspires to return the Conservatives to government.(3) For example, in the AFL there are approximately 600 contracted footballers and in any one season, the misdemeanours of a few muddy the water for all.(4) Last night I bit the bullet and went to see my neighbour about her teenage dirtbag of a daughter and the noise along with a list of other minor misdemeanours .(5) Because of the risk of fire, there was no heating of any kind and this was a rigorously male society; heavy fines were imposed for even minor misdemeanours such as talking loudly (rather like Scottish public schools used to be).(6) The energy that was once spent in a constructive fashion, rooting for teamwork and friendship, will be transformed into a tornado of terror and minor misdemeanors .(7) Children as young as 14 are also working illegally, while minor workplace misdemeanours are frequently met with corporal punishment or punitive wage reductions.(8) I'm from a Roman Catholic background, so in case of misdemeanors we could always confess our wrongdoings and go on with life.(9) But with the exception of a visit to New York in September 2001, this book is just a series of anecdotes about caravans, blocked toilets, petty rows and minor misdemeanours in her car.(10) Your misdemeanors are minor, and your contributions to the genre cannot be overlooked.(11) Thousands were stopped for questioning and more than 400 arrested for mainly minor misdemeanours during a six-month police dragnet of the local area.(12) Even if morality does reach down to our private lives, is it morally justifiable to punish someone in their public life for their private misdemeanours ?(13) Under federal law, it is a misdemeanor to commit safety violations that kill workers.(14) It scared me so much that I spent the entire drive apologizing for every minor and major misdemeanor I'd ever committed in my life├ö├ç┬¬ for two days!(15) the player can expect a lengthy suspension for his latest misdemeanor(16) The fact that he pled guilty to a misdemeanor and not a felony, I believe, still is going to put him in some jeopardy with immigration.
1. wrongdoing ::
2. evil deed ::
3. crime ::
4. felony ::
5. misdeed ::
6. misconduct ::
7. offense ::
8. error ::
9. peccadillo ::
10. transgression ::
11. sin ::
12. no-no ::
13. trespass ::
14. misdoing ::
Different Formsmisdemeanour, misdemeanours
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