misused (part of speech: adjective)
wronged (part of speech: verb)
- Still another reason was the fact that Daniel McGirth, who had been maltreated by an American officer, was among the officers who had accompanied Colonel Brown. - "Stories Of Georgia 1896", Joel Chandler Harris.
- When he maltreated some shipwrecked English crews, Richard punished him by landing his army in Cyprus and seizing the whole island. - "The Byzantine Empire", Charles William Chadwick Oman.
- This sport lasted until the two kings, appearing with all the youth of their suites, rode up at a gallop, brandishing their spears and chasing first one lot and then the other It was a fine sight to see so much temper amongst so many valiant folks, for great as were the number and the mixture of different nationalities, no one was insulted or maltreated, though the contrary is often the case amongst men in small numbers and known one to another. - "A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times Volume I. of VI.", Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot.