Definition of Mischoice
1. [n -S]
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1. House Bills of House of Delegates of the State of West Virginia for the by West Virginia, House of Delegates, Legislature (1919)
"In case of mischoice 4 of the form of the action, suit or other proceedings, the writ, 5 declaration, bill or other proceedings may be amended, ..."
2. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1875)
"While One personally, man's soul abides in its primitive holiness, or wholeness; but, lapsing by mischoice out of its oneness, it puts itself in antagonism ..."
3. Technology Review by Massachusetts Institute of Technology Association of Class Secretaries, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Alumni Association (1908)
"To meet one's fellows constantly, to have companionship when unable to work, to be free from the dangers arising from a mischoice of one's boarding place, ..."
4. Scientific Papers by George Howard Darwin, Francis Darwin, Ernest William Brown (1908)
"... force exists shows that in this case the problem is meaningless; it is in fact merely equivalent to a mischoice in the origin for the coordinates. ..."
5. The Works of William Shakespeare by William Shakespeare (1901)
"... chance of a mischoice? 86. Give a summary of the traits of Antonio. How did he live in the opinions of his friends? 87. Does Shakespeare seem to exhibit ..."
6. A Narrative of the Visit to the American Churches by the Deputation from the by Andrew Reed (1835)
"Commonly, the majority of the parish will be in membership with the church, so that there is little danger of conflict of opinion, except in gross mischoice ..."
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