Definition of Mismaking

1. mismake [v] - See also: mismake



Lexicographical Neighbors of Mismaking

mislocations
mislodge
mislodged
mislodges
mislodging
mislook
mislore
misluck
mislucked
mislucks
misly
mislying
mismade
mismake
mismakes
mismaking (current term)
mismanage
mismanaged
mismanagement
mismanagements
mismanager
mismanagers
mismanages
mismanaging
mismap
mismapped
mismapping
mismaps
mismark
mismarked

Literary usage of Mismaking

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

1. The History of Brechin, to 1864 by David Dakers Black (1867)
"... court against a tailor for "mismaking of a great or big coat." On this complaint the court, after due inquiry by three tailors, found that the fault of ..."

2. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1890)
"... vt; prêt, and pp. mis- made, ppr. mismaking. [< »ii-s--1 + make1.] To make wrongly; spoil in the making: as. to mis- make a dress. ..."

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