Definition of Misestimated

1. Verb. (past of misestimate) ¹



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Definition of Misestimated

1. misestimate [v] - See also: misestimate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misestimated

miserlinesses
miserly
miserotia
misers
misery
misery loves company
misery whip
miseryguts
mises
mises en scène
misesteem
misesteemed
misesteeming
misesteems
misestimate
misestimated (current term)
misestimates
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misevaluating
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misevaluations
misevent
misevents

Literary usage of Misestimated

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1. Society in America by Harriet Martineau (1837)
"... too insignificant to force its way abroad, must always be, to its neighbours, at least in every important spiritual respect, an unknown and misestimated ..."

2. Greek Thinkers: A History of Ancient Philosophy by Theodor Gomperz (1905)
"The value of the testimony collected was, we do not say over-estimated, but misestimated. That which is attested by Aristotle is genuine beyond question; ..."

3. The Works of William H. Seward by William Henry Seward (1887)
"the great enterprise you celebrate, an evidence that we have not misestimated the trade of the Great West, to secure which has been the great object of our ..."

4. The History of Massachusetts by John Stetson Barry (1857)
"2 But his excellency misestimated the forbearance of the people. Hitherto, violent counsels had been deprecated, not from the want of a will to resist, ..."

5. The History of Greece by William Mitford (1823)
"... forgotten what he had red in Xenophon, or, with his usual deficiency of judgement in military and political affairs, very much misestimated the merit of ..."

6. The Pacific Ocean in History: Papers and Addresses Presented at the Panama by Henry Morse Stephens, Herbert Eugene Bolton, American Historical Association, Asiatic Institute (1917)
"The trouble was that, as happens now and then, the dominant politicians in Colombia completely misestimated their power and the power of outside nations. ..."

7. Autobiography of William H. Seward, from 1801 to 1834: With a Memoir of His by William Henry Seward, Frederick William Seward (1877)
""We see, in the enterprise yon celebrate, an evidence that we have not misestimated the trade of the Great West, to secure which has been a leading object ..."

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