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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of misprize.

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Examples

  • In one of its newest series, "I Married a Mobster," the daughter-in-law of the Columbo family's legendary star, Sonny Franzese, reveals a story of misprized love and betrayal at the hands of Sonny's son, John, a junkie who swept her off her feet when she met him while working at a rehab facility in California.

    War, Sex and Counterterrorism

  • But what is dumbfounding to me, and which is, in part, the point of this article, is how hidden Tyndale remains, how misprized and how thoroughly uncelebrated.

    David Teems: The Other English William

  • But what is dumbfounding to me, and which is, in part, the point of this article, is how hidden Tyndale remains, how misprized and how thoroughly uncelebrated.

    David Teems: The Other English William

  • But what is dumbfounding to me, and which is, in part, the point of this article, is how hidden Tyndale remains, how misprized and how thoroughly uncelebrated.

    David Teems: The Other English William

  • But what is dumbfounding to me, and which is, in part, the point of this article, is how hidden Tyndale remains, how misprized and how thoroughly uncelebrated.

    David Teems: The Other English William

  • So the girl was out of bondage, but Cadwaladr, sick with humiliation and rage, must come under guard to be handed over for a price to the brother who discarded and misprized him.

    His Disposition

  • Even now, though, the correction has been misprized.

    Literature without prefixes

  • "Cranford" (PBS), a three-part "Masterpiece Classic" on life in an 1840s English village, addressed poverty, education, class, the role of women, child labor and more -- all in a work profoundly romantic and plentifully endowed with heartbreak, misprized love, matches made in heaven and the other sort.

    Live From New York, a Miracle

  • Even now, though, the correction has been misprized.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Despite the flighty beginning tone; the thin, unconvincing creations wandering about as her needy daughters; and a script that could clearly have used some oversight -- the number of times characters murmur "are you all right?" to one another is in fact amazing, if Mrs. Pritchard herself is not -- the miniseries has hardened into a gritty tale of betrayal, ambition, misprized love and warring loyalties, all of it absorbing.

    Strange Days at 10 Downing

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