misdoer (plural misdoers)

  1. A person who commits a misdeed; an offender.
    • 1843: Thomas Carlyle, Past and Present, book 2, ch. XIV, Henry of Essex
      Saint Edmund from the horizon’s edge, in shining armour, threatening the misdoer in his hour of extreme need: it is beautiful, it is great and true. So old, yet so modern, actual […]

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