Definition of Mistutored

1. Verb. (past of mistutor) ¹



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Definition of Mistutored

1. mistutor [v] - See also: mistutor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mistutored

mistruthful
mistruths
mistryst
mistrysted
mistrysting
mistrysts
mists
mists of time
mistune
mistuned
mistunes
mistuning
mistura
misturn
mistutor
mistutored (current term)
mistutoring
mistutors
misty
misty-eyed
misty rose
mistype
mistyped
mistypes
mistyping
misunderestimate
misunderestimated
misunderestimates
misunderestimating
misunderestimation

Literary usage of Mistutored

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1. Songs of Religion and Life by John Stuart Blackie (1876)
"... creeds and a mistutored church, Stood, with the new-found Bible in his hand, Which God's own finger wrote.—Forthwith he went, And preached the precious ..."

2. An Admiral's Wife in the Making, 1860-1903 by Ida Margaret Graves Poore (1917)
"In South Kerry there was but little ill-feeling manifested towards the landlord class; but the usual sympathy evinced by the untutored, or mistutored, ..."

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