Definition of Misfielded

1. misfield [v] - See also: misfield



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misfielded

misfeasance
misfeasances
misfeasor
misfeasors
misfeature
misfeatures
misfed
misfeed
misfeeding
misfeeds
misfeeling
misfeign
misfeigns
misfell
misfield
misfielded (current term)
misfielding
misfields
misfile
misfiled
misfiles
misfiling
misfilings
misfire
misfired
misfires
misfiring
misfirings
misfit
misfits

Literary usage of Misfielded

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1. The "House" on Sport by Members of the London Stock Exchange by William Alphonse Morgan, England Stock Exchange (London, Stock Exchange (London, England) (1898)
"How often does a new bowler bowl four balls, one of which is almost sure to be misfielded, and consequently goes to the boundary, wasting more time. ..."

2. Talks with Old English Cricketers by A. W. Pullin (1900)
"By-and-by a ball went to him, and he misfielded it and it went to the boundary. Then came the cry louder than before, ..."

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