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Definition of "misdeem" []

  • To misjudge, to deem wrongly. (verb)

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Use "misdeem" in a sentence
  • "8 Covered with darkness and misdeeming night, misdeeming > {Misleading; to "misdeem" is also to misjudge unfavourably, to deem evil} 9 Them both together laid, to joy in vain delight. vain > weak, foolish; _or, since their bodies are made of air: _ unavailing, insubstantial"
  • "Also at such times is the rich man become fearful, and so waxeth in cruelty, and of that cruelty do people misdeem that it is power and might waxing."
  • "Lancelot would willingly have sent salute to the Queen had he durst, for she lay nearer his heart than aught beside, but he would not that the King nor Messire Gawain should misdeem of the love they might carry to their kinswoman."
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