Definition of Misadapted
1. misadapt [v] - See also: misadapt
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misadapted
Literary usage of Misadapted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Polish Peasant in Europe and America; Monograph of an Immigrant Group by William Isaac Thomas, Florian Znaniecki (1919)
"But in the present case the old Wiszniewski keeps the old attitude when it is completely misadapted to the actual conditions. There is no familial property ..."
2. The Polish Peasant in Europe and America; Monograph of an Immigrant Group by William Isaac Thomas, Florian Znaniecki (1920)
"... the community becomes, the less is it in-, clined to bother with the misadapted and the disabled. This is simply a manifestation of the tendency of the ..."
3. The Physiology of Faith and Fear: Or, The Mind in Health and Disease by William Samuel Sadler (1912)
"Suffice it to say, that psychotherapy plays an important part in the treatment of all patients who are misguided in mind, misadapted to their environment, ..."
4. The Purpose of God by Joseph Smith Dodge (1894)
"... in proclaiming the supremacy of the spirit he does but set in their true relations those elements which had misadapted themselves and made confusion. ..."