Crossword clues for feasance
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"the performance of an obligation," 1530s, from Anglo-French fesance, from Old French faisance "action, deed, enactment," from faisant, present participle of faire "to make, do" (from Latin facere; see factitious).
n. (context legal English) the performing of an act, especially out of one's duty
Usage examples of "feasance".
Ensign Hyland presented me with an opportunity which it would have been mal feasance to ignore.