Definition of Misstruck
1. misstrike [v] - See also: misstrike
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misstruck
Literary usage of Misstruck
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Catalogue of John W. Haseltine's Type Table of U.S. Dollars, Half Dollars by John W. Haseltine, Bangs & Co (1881)
"1572 1807; fine, but slightly misstruck. 1573 1808, 1809, and 1810 over 1809; poor and fair; 3 pieces. 1574 1809; dates plain; poor and fair; 5 pieces. ..."
2. The Overland Monthly by Bret Harte (1874)
"I am surfeited with din, Clarion wrong, and trumpet sin, Chords misstruck, and keys misused, And the melodies abused. Sing I ye minstrels of the sod, ..."
3. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1918)
"... the Leicester stamp must be incomplete or is in some way misstruck, so that a stroke has failed to appear at the end of the legionary numeral. ..."
4. Commercial Tests and how to Use Them by Sherwin Cody (1919)
"... each typewriter space, but one cross for each entire space in the copy), each letter that is misstruck, each ruled line of unequal length at the right. ..."
5. Advanced Dictation and Secretarial Training by Charles Gottshall Reigner (1921)
"If there are misstruck letters, skipped spaces, or careless erasures, your letter creates as bad an impression as does a salesman who is careless and ..."