mishandled in English

verb
1
manage or deal with (something) wrongly or ineffectively.
the officer had mishandled the situation
2
manipulate roughly or carelessly.
the equipment could be dangerous if mishandled
synonyms: misuse abuse handle/treat roughly

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Below are sample sentences containing the word "mishandled" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "mishandled", or refer to the context using the word "mishandled" in the English Dictionary.

1. The government has mishandled the whole affair.

2. The equipment could be dangerous if mishandled.

3. A sensitive child should not be mishandled.

4. He mishandled the meeting badly and lost the vote.

5. Some of the goods had been mishandled and damaged.

6. Health-care reform, his first hope, was woefully mishandled.

7. The judge said the police had mishandled the siege.

8. Botched definition: bungled or mishandled Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

9. The prime minister admitted that the crisis had been mishandled.

10. 22 This detector is a very delicate instrument; it'll go wrong if it's mishandled.

11. 30 The prime minister admitted that the crisis had been mishandled.

12. Yet experience shows that such people are frequently both overlooked and mishandled.

13. We lost an important order because the company directors mishandled the negotiations.

14. This detector is a very delicate instrument; it'll go wrong if it's mishandled.

15. Our company lost an important order because the directors mishandled the whole affair.

16. Synonyms for Bungled include botched, flubbed, muffed, blundered, blew, blown, bumbled, mishandled, bodged and butchered

17. Seattle Times Aug 14, 2014 But the moment is Aristocratically mishandled, and we are soon back …

18. Antonyms for Cosseted include abused, ill-treated, ill-used, maltreated, manhandled, mishandled, mistreated, misused, ignored and neglected

19. For this reason, frozen fish products mishandled in transit or during storage will be less than the stated grade quality.

20. Although his father provided well for him, his legal guardians, Aphobus, Demophon and Therippides, mishandled his inheritance.

21. On the other, the government mishandled student protest, wildly overreacting to an essentially ephemeral product of youthful idealism.

22. A federal lawsuit Alleges that corrections officials have mishandled an outbreak of the coronavirus at the Chesapeake Detention Facility in Baltimore City, …

23. Matter, thing, business, question, issue, happening, concern, event, subject, project, activity, incident, proceeding, circumstance, episode, topic, undertaking, transaction, occurrence The government has mishandled the whole Affair.