Definition of Mistrained

1. Verb. (past of mistrain) ¹



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Definition of Mistrained

1. mistrain [v] - See also: mistrain

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mistrained

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

Literary usage of Mistrained

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1. Two Orations Against Taking Away Human Life, Under Any Circumstances: And in by Thomas Cooper (1846)
"Plead not, then, this plea of the necessity of yielding to unchecked impulse—to mistaught and mistrained impulse. Plead not the impossibility of resisting ..."

2. Publications of the American Economic Association by Amos Griswold Warner, JSTOR (Organization), American Economic Association (1906)
"largely by deliberate intention has said, for instance, that when between 1840 and 1900, 50000 strangers, ignorant, mistrained, careless, and sometimes ..."

3. A Social Theory of Religious Education by George Albert Coe (1917)
"... been blamed for doing so; or adults have indulged or neglected childish impulses that require training; or adults have misunderstood and mistrained him. ..."

4. The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries by John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Martha Joanna Lamb, Henry Phelps Johnston, Nathan Gilbert Pond, William Abbatt (1891)
"... finally became to his party a real burden ; discipline and party tactics were matters which the whimsical and mistrained man could not be brought up to. ..."

5. Women and Economics: A Study of the Economic Relation Between Men and Women by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1898)
"Whatever our expectations, she is not; and our mistrained babies, such of them as survive the maternal handling, grow to be such people as we see about us. ..."

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