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- v. To think wrongly.
- v. To have sinful thoughts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To think wrongly.
- transitive v. To have erroneous thoughts or judgment of; to think ill of.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To think erroneously or unfavorably.
- To think ill of; have an erroneous or unfavorable opinion of.
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"I misthink the king," said Warwick, gloomily; "but my word is pledged to the people, and it shall be kept."
"And," said he, with a slight, but a sad smile, "when I am gone, my liege will not repent, will not misthink me, will not listen to my foes, nor suffer merchant and mayor to sigh him back to the mechanics of Flanders?"
But thy fears, thy zeal, thy love for me, dearest prince and cousin, make thee misthink Edward's kingly honour and knightly faith.
"The Earl of Warwick is a generous man, and though hot, bears little malice, except against those whom he deems misthink or insult him; he is proud of being looked up to as a protector, especially by those of his own kith and name.
"Nay, sweet mistress, nay," said a young man's voice, earnest with emotion, "do not misthink me, do not deem me bold and overweening.
"Nor do we, sire," retorted Raoul de Fulke; "you wrong us before our mighty comrade if you so misthink us.