Definition of Miskept

1. miskeep [v] - See also: miskeep



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Miskept

misjudgements
misjudges
misjudging
misjudgment
misjudgments
miskal
miskals
miskeep
miskeeping
miskeeps
misken
miskenned
miskenning
miskens
miskent
miskept (current term)
miskey
miskeyed
miskeying
miskeys
miskick
miskicked
miskicking
miskicks
misknew
misknow
misknowing
misknowledge
misknowledges
misknown

Literary usage of Miskept

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1. Educational Problems by Granville Stanley Hall (1911)
"Another anticipated unusual pain thinking the child not only oversized but overdue, having miskept her time. Besides more deliberate naming, the unborn is ..."

2. Love of Sisters by Katharine Tynan (1902)
"But the next day he had put on the clothes exactly as they were laid aside—thanks to the negligence of the slut who miskept his house and who had neglected ..."

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