Definition of Mistered
1. mister [v] - See also: mister
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Literary usage of Mistered
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The pulpit commentary, ed. by H.D.M. Spence and J.S. Exell. nT= edited by Henry Donald M. Spence- Jones (1889)
"The riches were the temptation, and the soul had been mistered; but one may be rich and yet simple in heart as a child, not trusting in the riches, ..."
2. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1855)
"She lay in her usual position, as though there had been no struggle. On an examination the stomach appeared mistered and highly inflamed, ..."
3. Just Folks by Edgar Albert Guest (1917)
"... But of the joyous thrills of life the finest that could be Was mine upon that day when first a stranger "mistered" me. I had my first long trousers on, ..."
4. The Gentleman from Indiana by Booth Tarkington (1902)
"A great many good Americans of Carlow who knew him well always mistered him as they ... mistered only an untitled Morton or i Hendricks who might have lived ..."
5. Sermons by Robert Bruce, Robert Wodrow, William Cunningham (1843)
"... and visible, we had not mistered a signe to carry us to the consideration of it. But be reason the thing signified is spirituall and we are ..."