Definition of Misdivision

1. n. Wrong division.



Definition of Misdivision

1. Noun. Wrong division. ¹

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Definition of Misdivision

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Misdivision

1. Wrong division. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

Misdivision Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misdivision

misdisposition
misdistinguish
misdistinguished
misdistinguishes
misdistinguishing
misdistribute
misdistributed
misdistributes
misdistributing
misdistribution
misdistributions
misdivide
misdivided
misdivides
misdividing
misdivision (current term)
misdivisions
misdo
misdoer
misdoers
misdoes
misdoing
misdoings
misdone
misdonne
misdoom
misdoubt
misdoubted
misdoubtful
misdoubting

Literary usage of Misdivision

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1. The Panchatantra: A Collection of Ancient Hindu Tales in the Recension by Pūrṇabhadrasūri, Johannes Hertel (1908)
"Be that as it may, the Hindu taste is for us no cogent argument against word-division. Results of misdivision in spoken English, &c. ..."

2. The English Language by Robert Gordon Latham (1855)
"The misdivision of syllables has, in the English, and in other languages, given rise to a peculiar class of words. There have been those who have written a ..."

3. The Panchatantra: A Collection of Ancient Hindu Tales in the Recension by Pūrṇabhadrasūri, Johannes Hertel (1908)
"Be that as it may, the Hindu taste is for us no cogent argument against word-division. Results of misdivision in spoken English, &c. ..."

4. Historical Outlines of English Accidence, Comprising Chapters on the History by Richard Morris (1899)
"E. there are several remnants of this misdivision :— A newt = Middle E. an ewt ... In consequence of misdivision the th was dropped, when the second part of ..."

5. A Sanskrit Reader: With Vocabulary and Notes by Charles Rockwell Lanman (1912)
"The joining of this stanza to hymn 66 is a simple misdivision of which the NT. shows ... A convene misdivision is at Av vi.63-64 as compared with RV. x.191. ..."

6. Contributions to the Study of Elliptical Words in Modern English by Karl Sundén (1904)
"... act of the mind of the speaker, it is a misdivision of the elements of a phrase; an erroneous analysis of the constituent parts of a separable phrase; ..."

7. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1911)
"6, of the gold or silver setting of jewels. The word is an example of the misdivision of a substantive and the indefinite article, being properly ..."

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