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abuse to use in an improper or incorrect manner; misuse. [2/7 definitions]
carrying-on (informal; usu. pl.) silly, wild, or improper behavior.
chaperon a person, usu. older, who accompanies unmarried young people on social occasions to assure that no improper, unlawful, or unsafe behavior occurs. [1/2 definitions]
corruption an improper alteration, as of a word or text. [1/5 definitions]
dyspepsia incomplete or improper digestion of food; indigestion.
dystrophy insufficient or improper nutrition. [1/2 definitions]
eviscerate of an organ, esp. in the abdomen, to protrude through an incision after surgery, because of improper healing or error in technique. [1/3 definitions]
foreign situated in an improper or unexpected place. [1/4 definitions]
foul up by improper, inept, or malicious behavior, to cause (someone or something) to be confused, distressed, or inefficient. [1/2 definitions]
importune to make improper sexual advances. [1/3 definitions]
impropriety an improper act or expression. [1/2 definitions]
indecent not in accord with accepted standards of morality, propriety, or taste; improper or vulgar.
indecorous improper or unbecoming; lacking in taste.
indiscretion an act considered immoral or improper by society and yet often excused or considered trivial. [1/3 definitions]
jaywalk to walk across a street illegally, as at an improper place or an improper time.
malpractice improper professional conduct due to incompetence, negligence, or unethical methods, esp. such conduct leading to injury or loss by a medical patient or a client of a lawyer.
malversation improper, unethical, or illegal behavior by persons in office, esp. public office.
misbehavior improper or offensive acts or conduct; bad behavior.
misconduct improper, often unlawful behavior; misbehavior. [1/3 definitions]
mismanagement poor or improper control, direction, or administration.
misusage incorrect or improper usage, as of a word. [1/2 definitions]