Definition of Misfalne

1. misfall [v] - See also: misfall



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misfalne

misfaith
misfaiths
misfall
misfallen
misfalls
misfalne (current term)
misfare
misfared
misfares
misfaring
misfashion
misfashioned
misfashioning
misfashions
misfeasance
misfeasances
misfeasor
misfeasors
misfeature
misfeatures

Literary usage of Misfalne

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1. The Works of Edmund Spenser by Edmund Spenser, John Wesley Hales (1893)
"... he saved : Had him misfalne in his adventurous quest; craved, Sometime she feared least some hard mishap Of his true hart so ..."

2. The British poets, including translations by British poets (1822)
"Sometime she feared least some hard mishap Had him misfalne in his adventurous quest; Sometime least his false foe did him entrap In ..."

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