Definition of Mislocated

1. Verb. (past of mislocate) ¹



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Definition of Mislocated

1. mislocate [v] - See also: mislocate

Lexicographical Neighbors of Mislocated

mislist
mislisted
mislisting
mislists
mislit
mislive
mislived
mislives
misliving
mislocalization
mislocalize
mislocalized
mislocalizes
mislocalizing
mislocate
mislocated (current term)
mislocates
mislocating
mislocation
mislocations
mislodge
mislodged
mislodges
mislodging
mislook
mislore
misluck
mislucked
mislucks
misly

Literary usage of Mislocated

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Official aptitude maximized; expense minimized: as shewn in the several by Jeremy Bentham (1830)
"Repugnant to these same principles is all artificially mislocated remuneration, ... By artificially mislocated, understand conferred on an individual, ..."

2. A Handbook of Phrenology by Cornelius Donovan (1870)
"Dirt is mislocated matter—matter out of its place. The perception of mislocated matter, of matter not in harmony with things around it, is as much the ..."

3. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1843)
"... as also the functionary by whom he was mislocated, will, for such act of mislocation, be responsible ..."

4. Lew Wallace; an Autobiography by Lew Wallace (1906)
"In all my reading of American wars, the colonial included, I cannot recall another instance of a command so wantonly neglected and so brutally mislocated. ..."

5. Lew Wallace; an Autobiography by Lew Wallace (1906)
"... another instance of a command so wantonly neglected and so brutally mislocated. A description may be useful. If it prove unpleasant reading, ..."

6. The Law of Contracts by William Herbert Page (1919)
"846, 30 CCA where B's agent mislocated the prop- 430. erty; but in this case A had mis- Idaho. Tatum v. Coast Lumber Co., represented the amount of timber ..."

7. A Treatise Upon Some of the General Principles of the Law: Whether of a by William Wait (1879)
"Where a highway has been mislocated, an abutting land-owner, who has acquiesced therein over twenty years, cannot move his fence and narrow the road used by ..."

8. A Treatise Upon Some of the General Principles of the Law: Whether of a by William Wait (1878)
"Where a surveyor bought a specific lot of public land, and mislocated it in his survey, his successors in title are not estopped by his mistake from ..."

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