Definition of Misdoers

1. Noun. (plural of misdoer) ¹



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Definition of Misdoers

1. misdoer [n] - See also: misdoer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misdoers

misdistinguishing
misdistribute
misdistributed
misdistributes
misdistributing
misdistribution
misdistributions
misdivide
misdivided
misdivides
misdividing
misdivision
misdivisions
misdo
misdoer
misdoers (current term)
misdoes
misdoing
misdoings
misdone
misdonne
misdoom
misdoubt
misdoubted
misdoubtful
misdoubting
misdoubts
misdraw
misdrawing
misdrawn

Literary usage of Misdoers

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1. Pleadings and Depositions in the Duchy Court of Lancaster by Henry Fishwick (1896)
"... wherein certain of the said misdoers are dwelling, your said orator can have no remedy against them by the common law unless your good Mastership be ..."

2. Gypsies: Some Curious Investigations, Collected, Translated, Or Reprinted by John Watts De Peyster (1887)
"... instituted against these misdoers. The magistracy of the place, however, shall see to it that the trial be, as far as possible, hastened and finished. ..."

3. Mental Conflicts and Misconduct by William Healy (1917)
"We find that some misdoers do not, in their misconduct, appear to be in the least carrying out their keenest desires. Their actions are forced, as it were, ..."

4. The Justice of the Peace, and Parish Officer by Richard Burn (1820)
"If the bordering towns do not within a year and a day indict the misdoers, then shall the lord, or other party grieved, bring his action upon this branch ..."

5. Plumpton Correspondence: A Series of Letters, Chiefly Domestick, Written in by Edward Plumpton (1839)
"... and pursuit there was taken by the said misdoers one William Humberstone, also servant to the said Cardinall, whom after that he was ..."

6. A Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown by Edward Hyde East (1806)
"Not only the misdoers themselves, but the procurers and Principals and anv wno wittingly receive the woman so taken away are necessaries. ...... ,ยป . i ..."

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