misfeasor definition by American Heritage Dictionary
One guilty of misfeasance.
Origin: Anglo-Norman mesfesor, from mesfere, to do wrong; see misfeasance.
Variant of misfeasance
Law wrongdoing; specif., the doing of a lawful act in an unlawful or improper manner
Origin: Old French mesfaisance ; from mesfaire, to misdo: see mis- and amp; feasance
- misfeasor noun