Definition of Misbuild

1. to build imperfectly [v -BUILT, -BUILDING, -BUILDS]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misbuild

misbinds
misbirth
misbirths
misbode
misboden
misbore
misborn
misborne
misbound
misbrand
misbranded
misbrander
misbranders
misbranding
misbrands
misbuild (current term)
misbuilding
misbuilds
misbuilt
misc
misc.
miscalculate
miscalculated
miscalculates
miscalculating
miscalculation

Literary usage of Misbuild

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Johann Gottfried Herder as an Educator by James Mace Andress (1916)
"A school without Ubung is not only unprofitable and lazy but poisonous. Youth must be moulded in some way or it will misbuild itself. (27, vol. 30, p. 48. ..."

2. A Summer in England with Henry Ward Beecher: Giving the Addresses, Lectures by Henry Ward Beecher, James Burton Pond (1887)
"... merely fragmentary, that if he were to undertake to build the temple of God, and make it out of the fragments he had in his hands, he would misbuild. ..."

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