mishanter

mishanter

[mi-shan-ter]
noun Scot. and North England.
a misfortune; mishap.
Also, mischanter.


Origin:
1745–55; variant of misaunter, equivalent to mis-1 + aunter, variant of obsolete aventure adventure

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