Did you mayhaps mean misquote?
- From Middle English miscwemen, equivalent to mis- + queme. (Wiktionary)
“flosculation n. an embellishment or ornament in speech jobler n. one who does small jobs misqueme v. to displease nidifice n. a nest viliorate v. to become less good; to deteriorate”
“n. one who does small jobs misqueme v. to displease nidifice”
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