Lexicographical Neighbors of Misshapenly
Literary usage of Misshapenly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bret Harte: A Treatise and a Tribute by Thomas Edgar Pemberton (1900)
"At times this life seemed to take visible form, but as vaguely, as misshapenly as the phantom of a nightmare. Now it was a square object moving sideways, ..."
2. The Silk Weaver by Gabrielle Warnock (1999)
"On the surface of the table, the upper semi-circle of the initial R swelled misshapenly above its two legs; the second initial, an E, dwarfed the first. ..."
3. Poetry of the Vegetable World: A Popular Exposition of the Science of Botany by Matthias Jacob Schleiden (1853)
"The Paim- The trunks of the Palms are sometimes form. misshapenly thick, sometimes-weak and cane- like ; sometimes swelling out above, sometimes below, ..."