Definition of Misfaiths

1. misfaith [n] - See also: misfaith



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misfaiths

misfaith
misfaiths (current term)
misfall
misfallen
misfalls
misfalne
misfare
misfared
misfares
misfaring
misfashion
misfashioned
misfashioning
misfashions
misfeasance
misfeasances

Literary usage of Misfaiths

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1. Putnam's Magazine (1910)
"To that change are due sixteen centuries of evil life as well as of incredible misfaiths. For the second time, in the Middle Ages, arose those who would ..."

2. Putnam's Magazine (1910)
"To that change are due sixteen centuries of evil life as well as of incredible misfaiths. For the second time, in the Middle Ages, ..."

3. Festus: A Poem by Philip James Bailey (1903)
"... Grows, shadow like, at once enormous, bred Of kindred darknesses. The heart inane Of mystery let him pierce ; the maze where eld's misfaiths, ..."

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