Definitions

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  • adjective Describing something said wrongly.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of mispronounce.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He blew up when he heard his name mispronounced that way.

    Will Rogers: A Biography

  • To hear his name mispronounced might, he felt, precipitate a catastrophe.

    The Far Horizon

  • The new Louis with his Court is rolling towards Choisy, through the summer afternoon: the royal tears still flow; but a word mispronounced by Monseigneur d'Artois sets them all laughing, and they weep no more.

    The French Revolution

  • Having had his name mispronounced all his life, he adopted the name of Forsythe, which came from his mother's family.

    theleafchronicle.com - Local News

  • Having had his name mispronounced all his life, he adopted the name of Forsythe, which came from his mother's family.

    Freep.com - RSS

  • Having had his name mispronounced all his life, he adopted the name of Forsythe, which came from his mother's family. talkback

    TODAYonline

  • Having had his name mispronounced all his life, he adopted the name of Forsythe, which came from his mother's family.

    Politics

  • Having had his name mispronounced all his life, he adopted the name of Forsythe, which came from his mother's family.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • Having had his name mispronounced all his life, he adopted the name of Forsythe, which came from his mother's family.

    Politics

  • Having had his name mispronounced all his life, he adopted the name of Forsythe, which came from his mother's family.

    WIBW - HomePage - Headlines

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  • Don't be caught mispronouncing mispronounce.

    March 10, 2011

  • I can't find my pronouns.

    March 10, 2011