1. do wrongly or improperly
    misdo one's job
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How To Use misdo In A Sentence

  • In Butch Cassidy, for example, there were a couple of scenes misdone. The Movie Business Book, Third Edition
  • I had said to her, perhaps that very day, 'I know not whether this book is worth anything, nor what the world will do with it, or misdo, or entirely forbear to do (as is likeliest), but this I could tell the world: You have not had for a hundred years any book that came more direct and flamingly sincere from the heart of a living man; do with it what you like, you -----!' Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle
  • “I misdoubted me that there was something quick in the meal when I first fell to kneading of it, but I have kneaded it all up together, both the meal and that which was therein, whatsoever it was.” The Story of the Volsungs
  • And the virgin commanded that he should not misdo him, but let him go, and anon he was converted, and ran through the city, and began to cry that Daria was a goddess. The Golden Legend, vol. 6
  • Neverthelesse, having so solemnly ingaged your faith to me, and no way misdoubting your faithfull secrecy, I shall instruct you in some meanes to be observed; and it appeareth plainly to me, that being furnished with such plenty of Bookes, as you are, and other rich endowments, as you have before rehersed, you cannot but attaine to the full period of your longing desire. The Decameron
  • Should Olivia share her information about possible medical misdoings at the hospital?
  • And when His Highness Messer Astore heard this thing he at once raised his camp and came and entered into Perugia, for he misdoubted that they were minded to come up against Perugia, forasmuch as they had a great part of the citizens friendly to them and faithful allies.
  • Dame Hersent," said the lady, "thou wert best let such words be; for I have no desire to misdo of my body, of no such blood am I come. Old French Romances
  • They had arrived at the straw pallet on which Philip lay, so still and mute that Cadfael's heart misdoubted for a moment, and then caught gratefully at the sudden shudder and crepitation of breath. A River So Long
  • Gareth, and said: Sir, I cry you mercy, and all that I have misdone Le Morte d'Arthur: Sir Thomas Malory's book of King Arthur and of his noble knights of the Round table
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