Definition of Mislearn

1. v. t. To learn wrongly.



Definition of Mislearn

1. Verb. To learn wrongly. ¹

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Definition of Mislearn

1. to learn wrongly [v -LEARNED or -LEARNT, -LEARNING, -LEARNS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mislearn

mislain
mislay
mislayer
mislayers
mislaying
mislays
misle
mislead
misleader
misleaders
misleading
misleadingly
misleadingness
misleads
misleared
mislearn (current term)
mislearned
mislearning
mislearns
mislearnt
misled
misleeke
misleeked
misleekes
mislen
misletoe
misletoes
mislie
mislies
mislight

Literary usage of Mislearn

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1. A Second Visit to the United States of North America by Charles Lyell (1849)
"... as that religion should be found standing in the highways, to say, ' Let no man learn the simplest laws of the universe, lest they mislearn the highest. ..."

2. Studies of a Biographer by Leslie Stephen (1902)
"He suffers from Don Quixote's complaint, but has managed to mislearn his lesson. The Don would certainly have felt VOL. III. ..."

3. The Old-fashioned Woman: Primitive Fancies about the Sex by Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons (1913)
"Boys escape from the nursery and learn, or mislearn, of sex; but for girls who commonly do not leave their nursery until they start to make another there is ..."

4. The Eagle's Nest by John Ruskin (1905)
"You may learn much from them, and will mislearn more. But in Turner's "Valley of Chamouni" the mountains have not a fold too much, nor too little. ..."

5. A Second Visit to the United States of North America by Charles Lyell (1849)
"... as that religion should be found standing in the highways, to say, ' Let no man learn the simplest laws of the universe, lest they mislearn the highest. ..."

6. Studies of a Biographer by Leslie Stephen (1902)
"He suffers from Don Quixote's complaint, but has managed to mislearn his lesson. The Don would certainly have felt VOL. III. ..."

7. The Old-fashioned Woman: Primitive Fancies about the Sex by Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons (1913)
"Boys escape from the nursery and learn, or mislearn, of sex; but for girls who commonly do not leave their nursery until they start to make another there is ..."

8. The Eagle's Nest by John Ruskin (1905)
"You may learn much from them, and will mislearn more. But in Turner's "Valley of Chamouni" the mountains have not a fold too much, nor too little. ..."

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