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Definition of Misrated
1. misrate [v] - See also: misrate
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Literary usage of Misrated
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1. Contemporary Portraits by Frank Harris (1920)
"... the case of some poet who has been misrated and misunderstood; let us not take Ver- laine, whom he never seems to have noticed, nor Heine, ..."
2. College and Commonwealth: And Other Educational Papers and Addresses by John Henry MacCracken (1920)
"... is being misrepresented and misrated; when the profession which has retained preeminently the professional spirit of service and which is probably the ..."
3. Introduction to the Use of Standard Tests: A Brief Manual in the Use of by Sidney Leavitt Pressey, Luella Cole (1922)
"It should go without saying that scoring must be careful and accurate; no child should be misrated because of an error in adding scores. ..."
4. The Manitoba School Question: Being a Compilation of the Legislation, the by John Skirving Ewart (1894)
"He underrated, or rather misrated altogether, the function of ridicule in argument. This is somewhat of a formidable list of names to collect together for ..."
5. Qualities Related to Success in Teaching by Frederic Butterfield Knight (1922)
"The remainder were misrated by one step. All were "rated up." The same fault thus appeared in score- card rating as in general-estimate rating. ..."