Definition of Misknown
1. misknow [v] - See also: misknow
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Literary usage of Misknown
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1. Correspondence of the American Revolution: Being Letters of Eminent Men to by Jared Sparks (1853)
"... that you may know how to make use of me; and it is essential to my tranquillity not to be misknown to you. I hope it is the last time I shall feel a ..."
2. Ethics of Literature by John A. Kersey (1894)
"But great men are too often unknown, or worse, misknown. " A philosopher assuming to philosophize in the roaring blackguardism of the piece in question, ..."
3. The Works of Thomas Carlyle: (complete). by Thomas Carlyle (1897)
"... but patient one ; misknown and mistreated! Think not of the times when thou hadst hope of better than the present are, and repent the noble pride of thy ..."