Definition of Misteaches

1. Verb. (third-person singular of misteach) ¹



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Definition of Misteaches

1. misteach [v] - See also: misteach

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misteaches

mistaken identity
mistakenly
mistakenness
mistaker
mistakers
mistakes
mistaketh
mistaking
mistakingly
mistal
mistals
mistaught
mistbow
mistbows
misteach
misteaches (current term)
misteaching
misted
mistell
mistelle
mistelles
mistelling
mistells
mistemper
mistempered
mistempering
mistempers
mistend
mistended
mistending

Literary usage of Misteaches

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1. Society in America by Harriet Martineau (1837)
"Has not God his own ways, unlike our ways, of teaching when man misteaches ? It is worth travelling in the wild west, away from churches. and priests, ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1857)
"For no such bane as lust of gold hath e'er Sprang current in the world. This it is Desolates cities, turns men out of doors, misteaches and perverts minds ..."

3. The Christian Examiner (1838)
"And all this ends with a glowing account of " God's ways of teaching, when man misteaches." In this unsparing fashion does the writer allow herself to ..."

4. The Christian Examiner and General Review edited by Francis Jenks, James Walker, Francis William Pitt Greenwood, William Ware (1838)
"And all this ends with a glowing account of " God's ways of teaching, when man misteaches." In this unsparing fashion does the writer allow herself to ..."

5. The Biblical Repository and Classical Review. by American Biblical Repository (1838)
"ways, unlike our ways, of teaching when man misteaches ? It is worth travelling in the wild west, away from churches and priests, to see how religion ..."

6. The Great Iron Wheel: Or, Republicanism Backwards and Christianity Reversed by James Robinson Graves (1860)
"... the world that that infant or child has the thing signified—is possessed of the inward and spiritual grace, and thus misteaches and deceives the world. ..."

7. The Handbook of Conundrums by Edith Bertha Ordway (1915)
"One teaches Miss, the other misteaches. When may a man be said to be literally immersed in his business? When giving a swimming lesson. ..."

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