[mis-bi-heyv] /ˌmɪs bɪˈheɪv/
verb (used without object), misbehaved, misbehaving.
to badly or improperly:
The children misbehaved during our visit.
verb (used with object), misbehaved, misbehaving.
to conduct (oneself) without regard for good manners or accepted moral standards:
Several of the guests misbehaved themselves.
to behave (oneself) badly
“conduct oneself improperly,” late 15c.; see mis- (1) + behave. Related: Misbehaved; misbehaving.
[mis-bi-heyv-yer] /ˌmɪs bɪˈheɪv yər/ noun 1. improper, inappropriate, or bad . n. also misbehaviour, late 15c., from mis- (1) + behavior.
[mis-bi-leef] /ˌmɪs bɪˈlif/ noun 1. erroneous ; false opinion. 2. erroneous or unorthodox religious . /ˌmɪsbɪˈliːf/ noun 1. a false or unorthodox belief
[mis-bi-leev] /ˌmɪs bɪˈliv/ Obsolete verb (used without object), misbelieved, misbelieving. 1. to wrongly; hold an erroneous belief. verb (used with object), misbelieved, misbelieving. 2. to disbelieve; doubt.
[mis-brand] /mɪsˈbrænd/ verb (used with object) 1. to or label erroneously. 2. to illegally, as with another’s trademark.
/mis-buhg/ [MIT] An unintended property of a program that turns out to be useful; something that should have been a bug but turns out to be a feature. Usage: rare. Compare green lightning. See miswart. [Jargon File]