Definition of Misseated
1. misseat [v] - See also: misseat
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Literary usage of Misseated
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1. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1843)
"misseated distinguished from groundless, 475. Vicarious and extravasated, ib. ... Cause of the frequency of misseated punishments, 489- 490. ..."
2. Progressive Taxation in Theory and Practice by Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman (1909)
""misseated" taxes, because they spare the rich to the prejudice of the poor.5 Several decades before Bentham, however, the same departure from proportional ..."
3. Bentham's Theory of Legislation: Being Principes de Législation and Traités by Jeremy Bentham, Etienne Dumont (1914)
"1 The subject of ‘misseated Punishment' is discussed at length in the ‘Rationale of Punishment' (taken from Dumont's ..."