Examples of misspend in a Sentence
Several government officials have been accused of misspending public money.
warned that a childhood spent playing video games was a misspent youth indeed
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Instead, Holcomb suggested lawmakers take up a loan Muncie schools need to get finances back in order after misspending bond dollars that were supposed to be used on capital projects and wait on the rest of the provisions.
That, combined with an excoriating inspector general report that found Dr. Shulkin misspent public funds on travel, eventually led to his ouster.
Uresti said of Bates, who has been accused misspending investors’ money on exotic automobiles, trips, hotels and to pay personal expenses.
These seven people have been charged in a scandal involving Fiat Chrysler Automobiles money meant for worker training being misspent and covered up: • Former FCA negotiator Alphons Iacobelli awaits sentencing.
New revelations of misspending come as the emergency prep agency has faced scrutiny from Oregon's own auditors and upheaval in its upper ranks.
If the money is lost or misspent, the ratepayer is on the hook for that.
What's needed is a strategy that shames Congress, which sometimes seems beyond shame, for misspending the people's money.
Gary is more than $100 million in debt, while Muncie misspent a $10 million bond and had a negative cash balance last year of $18 million.
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MISSPEND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of misspend for English Language Learners
: to spend or use (something, such as time or money) in a way that is not legal, careful, or wise
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