Antonyms for misbehavior

Grammar : Noun
Spell : mis-bi-heyv-yer
Phonetic Transcription : ˌmɪs bɪˈheɪv yər

Definition of misbehavior

Origin :
  • also misbehaviour, late 15c., from mis- (1) + behavior.
  • noun naughty act, conduct
Example sentences :
  • After what she had said about his misbehavior, the reader will guess what made me say this.
  • Extract from : « The Memoires of Casanova, Complete » by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  • To create a forfeiture, his misbehavior must be gross and aggravated.
  • Extract from : « The Seaman's Friend » by Richard Henry Dana
  • The misbehavior of Germany is no excuse for rebuking the liberty of France.
  • Extract from : « Our Part in the Great War » by Arthur Gleason
  • To be honest, I had hardly thought about my misbehavior since then.
  • Extract from : « Brenda's Ward » by Helen Leah Reed
  • Katharine, moreover, was unable to decide what she thought of Cyril's misbehavior.
  • Extract from : « Night and Day » by Virginia Woolf
  • Then, in a flash, she remembered that she had still to tell her about Cyril's misbehavior.
  • Extract from : « Night and Day » by Virginia Woolf
  • The fact that we were Australians was held to be accountable for our misbehavior.
  • Extract from : « "Over There" with the Australians » by R. Hugh Knyvett
  • What a stomach has once done in the line of misbehavior, a stomach may do again.
  • Extract from : « The Secret of a Happy Home (1896) » by Marion Harland
  • On these tours there was often misbehavior such as drinking and fighting.
  • Extract from : « Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed. » by S. A. Reilly
  • Not the slightest imputation of any misbehavior in his employment rested on him.
  • Extract from : « Armadale » by Wilkie Collins

Synonyms for misbehavior

Based on : - - - Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019