Definition of Mistrain

1. v. t. To train amiss.



Definition of Mistrain

1. Verb. (transitive) To train badly or wrongly. ¹

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Definition of Mistrain

1. to train improperly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mistrain

mistold
mistonusk
mistook
mistouch
mistouched
mistouches
mistouching
mistrace
mistraced
mistraces
mistracing
mistradition
mistraditions
mistrafficked
mistrafficking
mistrain (current term)
mistrained
mistraining
mistrains
mistral
mistrals
mistranscribe
mistranscribed
mistranscribes
mistranscribing
mistranscription
mistranscriptions
mistranslate
mistranslated
mistranslates

Literary usage of Mistrain

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1. Studies in East Christian and Roman Art by Walter Dennison, Charles Rufus Morey, Charles Lang Freer (1918)
"... thirteenth century (E. Molinier, Mon. et Mém. Fond. Piot. 1896, p. 126, fig. i). * A curious variant of the fourteenth century is found at mistrain the ..."

2. The Rebuilding of Old Commonwealths: Being Essays Toward the Training of the by Walter Hines Page (1902)
"... To carry on education as a privilege is to mistrain some and to leave the others untrained. To carry it on as a universal duty is to open to every one ..."

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