Definition of Misenter

1. v. t. To enter or insert wrongly, as a charge in an account.



Definition of Misenter

1. Verb. (transitive) To enter or insert wrongly. ¹

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Definition of Misenter

1. to enter erroneously [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misenter

misemploying
misemployment
misemployments
misemploys
misencode
misencoded
misencodes
misencoding
misenite
misenrol
misenroll
misenrolled
misenrolling
misenrolls
misenrols
misenter (current term)
misentered
misentering
misenters
misentreat
misentreated
misentreating
misentries
misentry
miser
miserabilism
miserabilist
miserabilists
miserable
miserableness

Literary usage of Misenter

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1. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1865)
"I should be most ready to do you or yours any office of loue ; if I haue ben represented vnto you otherwise, I was misenter- preted, & indeed it hath benn ..."

2. A Digest of the Laws of England by John Comyns, Anthony Hammond, Thomas Day (1824)
"Or misenter, or in part omit a matter which he ought to enter of himself. 10 H. 7. 23. b. though it be substance. Otherwise, if he totally omit it. ..."

3. Baṛaran angghierēn, hayerēn ew hayataṛ tʻurkʻerēn by M. G. Minasean (1908)
"г. ,¡,„„л,,,,,r. ir, . — i f-ai/_L |fu- t._,._.x/. misenter, ->-f-rrr« fx Mi sentry, ^-^rrb *• IE«. t-Ji-i -Ki., HP-' Miser, ..."

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