Definition of Misposition

1. [v -ED, -ING, -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misposition

mispled
mispoint
mispointed
mispointing
mispoints
mispoise
mispoised
mispoises
mispoising
mispolicies
mispolicy
misportray
misportrayed
misportraying
misportrays
misposition (current term)
mispositioned
mispositioning
mispositions
mispractice
mispractices
mispraise
mispraised
mispraises
mispraising
mispredict
mispredicted
mispredicting
misprediction
mispredictions

Literary usage of Misposition

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1. Patriotic Addresses in America and England: From 1850 to 1885, on Slavery by Henry Ward Beecher (1887)
"There never was a misposition more, signal than that of the British public, as represented in their leading intelligent classes, in this conflict . ..."

2. The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain), Norton Shaw, Hume Greenfield, Henry Walter Bates (1835)
"... the form of a peninsula, and its misposition must be ascribed to the idea entertained, that it was conterminous with the northern extremity of Norway. ..."

3. The Normal Child and Primary Education by Beatrice Chandler Gesell, Arnold Gesell (1912)
"... fifth, its location determines the alignment and occlusion of the succeeding teeth; sixth, its misposition may even affect the shape of the jaw. ..."

4. The study of medicine by John Mason Good, Samuel Cooper (1829)
"... and hence the change of place must proceed from relaxation arid debility alone, where the misposition is not connate; on which account it may, ..."

5. A Text-book of the practice of medicine by James Meschter Anders, John Herr Musser (1907)
"... function—viz. the misposition. Ulnar flexion of the wrist alone remains. Flexion of the phalanges is interfered with. Sensation may or may not be lost. ..."

6. The Principles of the High Court of Chancery, and the Powers and Duties of by Thomas Archibald Roberts (1857)
"When it was found that, by reason of the wife's power of misposition, the benefits accruing from separate estate were greatly lessened, and the husband was ..."

7. Virginia Reports: Jefferson--33 Grattan, 1730-1880 by Thomas Johnson Michie, Thomas Jefferson, Peachy Ridgway Grattan (1901)
"... Johnson was a man of strong mind, hard in his disposition, even with his natural children, of inflexible will, and of a 169 suspicious misposition, ..."

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