Definition of Mistles

1. Noun. (plural of mistle) ¹



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Definition of Mistles

1. mistle [v] - See also: mistle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mistles

mistimings
mistiness
mistinesses
misting
mistings
mistion
mistions
mistitle
mistitled
mistitles
mistitling
mistle
mistle-toe
mistle thrush
mistled
mistles (current term)
mistless
mistletoe
mistletoe cactus
mistletoe family
mistletoe fig
mistletoe rubber plant
mistletoe thrush
mistletoebird
mistletoebirds
mistletoed
mistletoes
mistlike
mistling
mistold

Literary usage of Mistles

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1. The History of the Jews: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Henry Hart Milman (1837)
"... is clear from the Acts ,>l the A|mistles: the traditions of Christianity assert the early propagation of tin• ..."

2. Evolution of the Thermometer, 1592-1743 by Henry Carrington Bolton (1900)
"12 mistles .... 9 (Phil. Trans., Apr.-June, 1727.) These instruments were used by the eminent botanist, Rev. Stephen Hales, who describes them in his ..."

3. The Standard Speller: Containing Exercises for Oral Spelling, Also Sentences by Epes Sargent (1863)
"... it mistles. Often at Christmas we used to wrestle. The beloved apostle. The mistletoe bough. A mortgage on the land. My colleague was wroth. ..."

4. The Preacher.. (1834)
"So tlmt whilst all thearray of persecution was marshalled against ii>-.'A¡mistles, and the strong arm of civil might or of ..."

5. Rips from the Buzz Saw by Albert U. Mayfield (1903)
"No harsh voices to grate upon your ears ; no buzzing mistles about your head ; no fine spun tales of slander, nor coarse words of profanity; ..."

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