Definition of Misadjusted

1. Verb. (past of misadjust) ¹



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Definition of Misadjusted

1. misadjust [v] - See also: misadjust

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misadjusted

misacting
misacts
misadapt
misadapted
misadapting
misadapts
misadd
misadded
misadding
misaddress
misaddressed
misaddresses
misaddressing
misadds
misadjust
misadjusted (current term)
misadjusting
misadjustment
misadjustments
misadjusts
misadventure
misadventured
misadventurer
misadventurers
misadventures
misadventurous
misadvertence
misadvice
misadvices
misadvise

Literary usage of Misadjusted

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1. The Theological and Literary Journal (1854)
"This assumption he makes with the most unhesitating assurance, and it is one of what he calls the main moving powers, which he holds are misadjusted, ..."

2. Essentials of Economic Theory: As Applied to Modern Problems of Industry and by John Bates Clark (1907)
"... as we shall later see, serve consumers better than they could be served by products in misadjusted proportions. Capital as well as Labor Apportioned. ..."

3. The Little Town: Especially in Its Rural Relationships by Harlan Paul Douglass (1919)
"To the little town, however, they tend to become a clutter of unrelated and misadjusted distrac- ..."

4. The Methodist Review (1854)
"But that in some way these moving powers have been so misadjusted as to conflict with each other, is obvious from simply placing them, as above developed, ..."

5. The Spirit of the Hebrew Poetry by Isaac Taylor, William Adams (1862)
"... following the daily routine of Scripture lessons in the track of the misadjusted order (which in a chronological sense is disorder) of the Old Testament ..."

6. A Handbook of the Petroleum Industry by David Talbot Day (1922)
"... will prevent contact between the cylinder and the sharp edges of misadjusted rings. Misalignment of the piston and cylinder will cause the same trouble. ..."

7. A Handbook of the Petroleum Industry by David Talbot Day (1922)
"... will prevent contact between the cylinder and the sharp edges of misadjusted rings. Misalignment of the piston and cylinder will cause the same trouble. ..."

8. Royal Truths by Henry Ward Beecher (1869)
"Their life is one long failure, and they are forever complaining because life is so misadjusted. THERE are many children that are brought up with care and ..."

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