Definition of Misdrawn
1. misdraw [v] - See also: misdraw
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misdrawn
Literary usage of Misdrawn
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1900)
"144, the ¡minimi and chorion are wrongly represented, and the epithelium of the chorion is not only misdrawn but is labeled decidua reflexa. ..."
2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1907)
"... in which the flat Chinese engraving entirely fails to bring out the relief-character of the design, and most of which are simply misdrawn. ..."
3. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1819)
"... and fac-similés occur oF the vignettes and decorations mentioned by the speakers. several animals not extant, and egregiously misdrawn. ..."
4. The Esthetic Basis of Greek Art of the Fifth and Fourth Centuries B.C. by Rhys Carpenter (1921)
"... and, finally, the object can be "misdrawn" so as to give it lines which would not actually occur in the photographically correct delineation. ..."
5. The Mirrors of Washington by Clinton Wallace Gilbert, Oscar Edward Cesare (1921)
"The politicians who for the moment guide the destinies of the nation are so misdrawn, so illuminated with virtues and endowed with vices quite foreign to ..."
6. The History of British India by James Mill, Horace Hayman Wilson (1858)
"... step which they took was the result of an " abstract theory," commonly drawn from something in their own country, and either misdrawn or misapplied. ..."
7. A Selection of Leading Cases in Equity: With Notes by Frederick Thomas White, Owen Davies Tudor, John Innes Clark Hare, Horace Binney Wallace (1876)
"If it be proved that the deed was misdrawn through accident or fraud; or that, it was procured through undue influence—Lingenfelter v. Richey, 8 PF Smith, ..."
8. The Nineteenth Century (1896)
"... the life to be very colourless and its joys commonplace, he can detect in the presented picture both where it is overpainted and where artfully misdrawn ..."