Definition of Misplants

1. misplant [v] - See also: misplant



Lexicographical Neighbors of Misplants

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
mispleads
mispled
mispoint
mispointed
mispointing
mispoints

Literary usage of Misplants

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

1. The Father's Tragedy: William Rufus : Loyalty Or Love? by Michael Field (1886)
"Fortune, imitating Providence, misplants her crops that all in the soil of circumstance may receive the discipline of adversity. ..."

2. British Farmer's Magazine (1871)
"... though we have heard of its being cut up on the light soils as well as of misplants on the stronger soils. So as a whole, March has been nue and sunny, ..."

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