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to use wrongly and improperly

Synonyms for misappropriate

appropriate (as property entrusted to one's care) fraudulently to one's own use

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The FCID had filed a B report in the Fort Magistrate's Court against Jaliya Wickramasuriya for allegedly misappropriating USD 330,000 out of USD 6.
The complainant accused Safdar of misappropriating some Rs2 billion with the help of contractors by financing fake development schemes, which were only initiated and completed on paper.
Finally, Miranda was charged with two counts of malversation for allegedly misappropriating P9.
If the evidence is not deemed sufficient for a "cease and desist" letter, the President may issue a letter to the misappropriating person expressing NPCA's concern and asking for an assurance that symbols and references to certification are not being misused.
Dubai A police corporal has been accused of misappropriating 266 pornographic movies that he had confiscated from illegal workers during random inspections.
TRINIKOT (PAN): The newly-elected head of the provincial council in central Uruzgan province on Monday accused his predecessor of misappropriating the electibe body's funds.
Bahrain-based Unicorn Investment Bank said on 27 September that an investigation by Deloitte found that Al-Refai committed 58 criminal offences, including misappropriating bank funds.
The millionaire bass player claims that after his assistant Carol Hawkins allegedly admitted misappropriating what she said was about EUR15,000, his accountants assured him it was EUR13,585.
Summary: Two disgraced Roman Catholic priests have been jailed in the US for misappropriating $8.
The plaintiffs accuse the site of infringing their copyrights and trademarks, violating the end-user agreement for the Watchtower Library CD-ROM, and unlawfully misappropriating "classified information" on that same CD.
They accused him of misappropriating campaign funds during his unsuccessful run last year.
Conteporaneously, Prime filed an emergency motion for a Preliminary Injunction to enjoin Angels from misappropriating Prime's client list.
At the end of April, diocesan registrar Peter Mitchell, a member of the Australian General Synod, was charged with fraudulently misappropriating 193,710 British pounds from the diocese.
Crooked employees clearly favor misappropriating the former--nearly nine in 10 illegal schemes in the study involved the cash account.