Definition of Miscaller
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Miscaller
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1. The Laws and Principles of Whist Stated and Explained and Its Practice by Henry Jones, Cavendish (1872)
"It follows that the penalty must be exacted to the trick in course of play if the miscaller has not yet played to it. 21. If any player exposes a card with ..."
2. Ten Years a Police Court Judge by A. A. Putnam (1884)
"... other "out of her name," and the miscalled threw a clothes-pin and hit the miscaller somewhere and " hurted her not mooch, but a little now, ye know. ..."
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