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1. safe-conduct

noun. a document or escort providing safe passage through a region especially in time of war.

Synonyms

  • passport
  • safeguard

Antonyms

  • dematerialize
  • dematerialise
  • stay in place

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Rhymes with Wrongful Conduct

  • misconduct

2. wrongful

adjective. ['ˈrɔŋfəl'] having no legally established claim.

Synonyms

  • illegitimate

Antonyms

  • unlawfulness
  • regular

Etymology

  • -ful (English)
  • wrong (English)
  • wrong (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. wrongful

adjective. ['ˈrɔŋfəl'] not just or fair.

Antonyms

  • legal

Etymology

  • -ful (English)
  • wrong (English)
  • wrong (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. conduct

verb. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] direct the course of; manage or control.

Synonyms

  • manage
  • carry on
  • deal
  • handle
  • care

Antonyms

  • trust
  • masculinity
  • folly
  • untrustworthiness

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

5. conduct

verb. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] lead, as in the performance of a composition; Barenboim conducted the Chicago symphony for years".

Synonyms

  • perform
  • direct
  • do
  • lead

Antonyms

  • appropriateness
  • decorousness
  • correctness
  • inactiveness

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

6. conduct

noun. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] manner of acting or controlling yourself.

Synonyms

  • aggression
  • dirty tricks
  • behaviour
  • offense
  • behavior
  • discourtesy
  • the way of the world
  • bohemianism
  • activity
  • dirty pool
  • offensive activity
  • the ways of the world
  • doings
  • easiness

Antonyms

  • informality
  • formality
  • courtesy
  • discourtesy

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

7. conduct

noun. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people.

Synonyms

  • improperness
  • behaviour
  • demeanour
  • deportment
  • personal manner
  • manners
  • correctitude
  • behavior
  • propriety
  • demeanor
  • properness
  • swashbuckling
  • impropriety
  • citizenship
  • trait

Antonyms

  • propriety
  • properness
  • impropriety
  • decency

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

8. conduct

verb. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] take somebody somewhere.

Synonyms

  • hand
  • misguide
  • beacon
  • direct
  • misdirect
  • lead astray
  • usher
  • show
  • lead
  • guide
  • take

Antonyms

  • indecorum
  • unseemliness
  • inappropriateness
  • incorrectness

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

9. conduct

verb. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] behave in a certain manner.

Synonyms

  • acquit
  • assert
  • posture
  • deport
  • act
  • comport
  • pose
  • walk around
  • put forward
  • deal
  • behave
  • hold
  • move
  • carry
  • fluster

Antonyms

  • unthoughtfulness
  • uncleanliness
  • humility
  • thoughtfulness

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

10. conduct

verb. ['ˈkɑːndəkt, kɑːnˈdʌkt'] transmit or serve as the medium for transmission.

Synonyms

  • wash up
  • retransmit
  • pipe in
  • express
  • bring
  • bring in
  • convey
  • transmit
  • carry
  • take
  • channel

Antonyms

  • attentiveness
  • frivolity
  • discipline
  • irresoluteness

Etymology

  • conductus (Latin)

Sentences with wrongful-conduct


1. Noun Phrase
Additionally, a partner may be voted out of the partnership by the other members if he violates the agreement or if he engages in illegal or wrongful conduct that negatively affects the business.

2. Noun Phrase
Under California law, the employer cannot rescind the vacation benefits an employee has earned in any circumstances, even if the employee is fired for wrongful conduct.

3. Noun Phrase
A California employer cannot take back the vacation benefits an employee has earned, even if the employee is fired for wrongful conduct.

4. Noun Phrase
That means that a person who is injured usually has two years to sue the party whose negligence or wrongful conduct caused the damages.

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