Examples of mistreat in a Sentence
They accuse him of mistreating his wife.
She claimed she had been mistreated by the police.
Recent Examples of mistreat from the Web
Pregnant women in immigration detention allegedly are often denied medical care, shackled, and psychologically and physically mistreated, according to a report published by BuzzFeed News.
The allegations have incensed the public as local media reported leaked voice recordings and videos purporting to show Cho family members mistreating Korean Air employees.
Walmart Spokesperson Bao Nguyen told Newsweek the company, which is often criticized for underpaying and mistreating its employees, disabled the item listing Tuesday after receiving multiple complaints.
Critics say the Education Department has backed off from going after for-profit institutions and loan servicers that mistreat students.
Court documents and social media posts written by Ramos paint a portrait of an angry, frustrated man fuming about how he’d been mistreated and maligned.
Other than afford you the honor and privilege to serve alongside some of the most noble men and women that this city has to offer, how have you been mistreated?
And then Danielle [Brooks] sends us through a group text that something like this actually happened recently in a prison where the prisoners took over the prison because of the way they were being mistreated.
Although British policy prohibited rendition, the committee found, British agents repeatedly aided other countries in sending suspects to places where there was a high probability they would be mistreated.
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MISTREAT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mistreat for English Language Learners
: to treat (someone or something) badly
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