Definition of Misallotted

1. misallot [v] - See also: misallot



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misallotted

misalleging
misalliance
misalliances
misallied
misallies
misallocate
misallocated
misallocates
misallocating
misallocation
misallocations
misallot
misallotment
misallotments
misallots
misallotted (current term)
misallotting
misally
misallying
misalter
misaltered
misaltering
misalters
misanalyse
misanalysed
misanalyses
misanalysing
misanalysis
misanalyze
misanalyzed

Literary usage of Misallotted

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1. A Labor Catechism of Political Economy: A Study for the People. Comprising by Cyrenus Osborne Ward (1878)
"... A LABOR CATECHISM all, except, where they are wrongfully misallotted. Therefore ; it air, land and water, are gifts of nature, and cost nothing, so, ..."

2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Ecclesiastical Courts by George Lee, Great Britain (1831)
"... in the one case to modify or reduce, and in the other to augment, the alimony, so, in either case, on that supposition, egregiously misallotted. ..."

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