Definition of Misterming

1. Verb. (present participle of misterm) ¹



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Definition of Misterming

1. misterm [v] - See also: misterm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misterming

mistells
mistemper
mistempered
mistempering
mistempers
mistend
mistended
mistending
mistends
mister
mistered
misteries
mistering
misterm
mistermed
misterming (current term)
misterms
misters
mistery
misteuk
mistflower
mistful
misthink
misthinking
misthinks
misthought
misthoughts
misthrew
misthrow
misthrowing

Literary usage of Misterming

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1. Elizabethan Critical Essays by George Gregory Smith (1904)
"It may be some dreaming dunce, whose bald affected eloquence making his function odious, better 30 beseeming a priuie then a pulpit, a misterming Clowne in ..."

2. Memoirs of His Own Time: With Reminiscences of the Men and Events of the by Alexander Graydon, John Stockton Littell (1846)
"... a logician though unacquainted with the terms of the art, so might Mr. Putnam have been a good practical artist, though misterming the Gorge the George. ..."

3. Memoirs of a Life, Chiefly Passed in Pennsylvania, Within the Last Sixty by Alexander Graydon (1811)
"... or a logician though unacquainted with the terms of the art, so might Mr. Putnam have been a good practical artist, though misterming the Gorge the. ..."

4. The History of the Kirk of Scotland by David Calderwood (1844)
"... but even against the simple weomen, misterming them, and shoring to doe them suche wrongs as yee thinke best, which I thinke shame to committ to writt. ..."

5. Memoirs of a Life, Chiefly Passed in Pennsylvania: Within the Last Sixty Years by Alexander Graydon (1822)
"... though misterming the Gorge the George. But this was merely a mistake in pronunciation ; and I will not permit myself to question, that he had real ..."

6. Orders of the High Court of Chancery, and Statutes of the Realm, Relating to by Great Britain Court of Chancery, George Williams Sanders (1845)
"... him on with many strikes and thrust him in thorough his doublet with the pike of DB staff misterming him as aforesaid—Well said he thou hast done enough ..."

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