Of all the misused words in the lexicon of punditocracy, “courageous” is easily the word most often misapplied.
That power is still under my direction, and is an added responsibility which shall not be misapplied.
Could it be that Burleigh stood in need of all this money to cover other sums that he had misapplied?
Even Claire did not guess what lay beneath this folly of misapplied texts and mirth-provoking preachments.
Bitter is a tax, particularly if misapplied; a rate, particularly if embezzled.
As this truth has frequently been misapplied, we will endeavour to explain, as accurately as we can, our meaning.
A term singularly, but very often, misapplied in parlance for orbit.
Pope's famous line, "Order is Heaven's first law," has often been misapplied.
In most of them Milton's phraseology is weakened and misapplied.
No; surely, that word is misapplied, for who ever chooses to love?