verb (used with or without object)
to have a wrong opinion of; misjudge:
to misdeem someone’s ability.
(Deut. 32:27, R.V.). The Authorized Version reads, “should behave themselves strangely;” i.e., not recognize the truth, misunderstand or mistake the cause of Israel’s ruin, which was due to the fact that God had forsaken them on account of their apostasy.
[dih-fahyn] /dɪˈfaɪn/ verb (used with object), defined, defining. 1. to state or set forth the meaning of (a word, phrase, etc.): They disagreed on how to define “liberal.”. 2. to explain or identify the nature or essential qualities of; describe: to define judicial functions. 3. to fix or lay down clearly and definitely; specify distinctly: […]
[dih-liv-uh-ree] /dɪˈlɪv ə ri/ noun, plural deliveries. 1. the carrying and turning over of letters, goods, etc., to a designated recipient or recipients. 2. a giving up or handing over; surrender. 3. the utterance or enunciation of words. 4. vocal and bodily behavior during the presentation of a speech: a speaker’s fine delivery. 5. the […]
[mis-di-meen] /ˌmɪs dɪˈmin/ verb (used with object), Rare. 1. to misbehave (oneself). /ˌmɪsdɪˈmiːn/ verb 1. a rare word for misbehave
[mis-di-mee-nuh nt] /ˌmɪs dɪˈmi nənt/ noun 1. a person who is guilty of misbehavior. 2. Law. a person who has been convicted of a misdemeanor. /ˌmɪsdɪˈmiːnənt/ noun 1. (criminal law) (formerly) a person who has committed or been convicted of a misdemeanour Compare felon1