His (MIS)reading of the Megilla power dialectic meant tragedy for all.
It can be opened randomly and read with equal (MIS)understanding.
For instance, French wines will sport the term MIS en Bouteille au Domaine or MIS en Bouteille au Château.
An' MIS' Holcomb's rheumatism was bad that day an' the grave middlin' damp, so it was for me to do.
"I'm goin' over to MIS' Flood's," said she, her hand upon the latch.
MIS' McFadden and Janet would be much better off without him!
Wal now, MIS' Bhaer, if you go to bribin' of me, I shall give in right away.
MIS' Higgins is a meek, marciful old body, kind o' heart-broken at leavin' Parson Cushing and her meetin'.
"It's time yu had suffin' inside of yer, MIS' Green," she said.
MIS' Calvert, she saw you in a lane, or somethin', and fetched you back to that Baltimore city where the both of you lived.
prefix meaning "bad, wrong," from Old English mis-, from Proto-Germanic *missa- "divergent, astray" (cf. Old Frisian and Old Saxon mis-, Middle Dutch misse-, Old High German missa-, German miß-, Old Norse mis-, Gothic missa-), perhaps literally "in a changed manner," and with a root sense of "difference, change" (cf. Gothic misso "mutually"), and thus from PIE *mit-to-, from root *mei- "to change" (see mutable); cf. Watkins.
Others [Barnhart] see in Proto-Germanic *missa- the stem of an ancient past participle, related to Old English missan "fail to hit" (see miss (v.)), which is from the same PIE root.
Productive as word-forming element in Old English (e.g. mislæran "to give bad advice, teach amiss"). In 14c.-16c. in a few verbs its sense began to be felt as "unfavorably" and was used as an intensive prefix with verbs already expressing negative feeling (e.g. misdoubt). Practically a separate word in Old and early Middle English (and often written as such). Old English also had an adjective (mislic "diverse, unlike, various") and an adverb (mislice "in various directions, wrongly, astray") derived from it, corresponding to German misslich (adj.).
Bad; badly; wrong; wrongly: misdiagnosis.
Variant of miso-.
Abbreviation of mile