Definition of Mislucked
1. misluck [v] - See also: misluck
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Literary usage of Mislucked
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Politics and Religion: A Study in Scottish History from the Reformation to by William Law Mathieson (1902)
"... secret and prudent in all his enterprises, so that never ane that he made or devised mislucked when he was present himself ; and where he was victorious ..."
2. Memorials and Letters Illustrative of the Life and Times of John Graham of by Mark Napier (1862)
"Judging from the confused Memoirs he left in manuscript, this " mislucked" commander (to use a phrase of his own), at least possessed the art of ..."
3. The History of Scotland: From Agricola's Invasion to the Revolution of 1688 by John Hill Burton (1870)
"... so that never ane that he made or devised mislucked when he was present himself. And when he was victorious, he was very merciful and naturally liberal, ..."
4. The Life and Diary by John Blackadder, Andrew Crichton (1824)
"I wrote to Colonel Cunningham the other day, as we had a design upon Ypres lately, but it has mislucked. We must leave it to the French to take towns by ..."