Definition of Misplanned

1. Verb. (past of misplan) ¹



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Definition of Misplanned

1. misplan [v] - See also: misplan

Lexicographical Neighbors of Misplanned

mispersuasions
misphrase
misphrased
misphrases
misphrasing
mispickel
mispickels
misplace
misplaced
misplaced modifier
misplacement
misplacements
misplaces
misplacing
misplan
misplanned
misplanning
misplans
misplant
misplanted
misplanting
misplants
misplay
misplayed
misplaying
misplays
misplead
mispleaded
mispleading
mispleadings

Literary usage of Misplanned

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Down Under by N. Maisondeau (1912)
"It is said that over 20003 natives lost their lives in this "uselessly arduous and misplanned piece of road-making," which the Hollanders afterwards ..."

2. Logie O'Buchan: An Aberdeenshire Pastoral of Last Century by Gavin Greig (1899)
"Why should our destinies be so wofully misplanned ? But, as he gazed, he was more and more impressed with Jamie's appearance,—his look of capacity, ..."

3. The Purpose of Existence, Popularly Considered, in Relation to the Origin (1850)
"... the high stakes of election ventures, nor will it throw down its cards so long as the least possible chance of success remains, or while misplanned ..."

4. Annual Report by Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station (1905)
"The trials were misplanned at the outset, the very poor quality of the silage not being appreciated; but being thus started it was thought better to ..."

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