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- v. To turn wrongly or incorrectly; turn aside wrongly; pervert.
- v. To go wrong; make a wrong turn.
- n. a wrong turn.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To turn amiss; to pervert.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To turn aside wrongly; pervert.
- To go wrong.
Oh-Pshaw, completely demoralized, made one misturn after the other.
At one of the dim cross-roads they had made a misturn, and were now wandering around without the slightest notion of where they were going.
One day, happy day, we toiled by carriage, between light-colored walls, sometimes too high for any view, -- that once caused my mother a three hours 'walk, because of a misturn, -- over little hot, dusty roads, out and up to the villa.
"He will never turn ne misturn more," said the messenger.
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