Misham



their cleansing or their beholding, a Benjamite, one of the sons of Elpaal (1 Chr. 8:12).

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  • Mishandling

    [mis-han-dl] /mɪsˈhæn dl/ verb (used with object), mishandled, mishandling. 1. to badly; maltreat: to mishandle a dog. 2. to manage badly: to mishandle an estate. 3. to lose or misplace: to mishandle baggage. /ˌmɪsˈhændəl/ verb 1. (transitive) to handle or treat badly or inefficiently v. c.1500, from mis- (1) + handle (v.). Related: Mishandled; mishandling.

  • Mishandle

    [mis-han-dl] /mɪsˈhæn dl/ verb (used with object), mishandled, mishandling. 1. to badly; maltreat: to mishandle a dog. 2. to manage badly: to mishandle an estate. 3. to lose or misplace: to mishandle baggage. /ˌmɪsˈhændəl/ verb 1. (transitive) to handle or treat badly or inefficiently v. c.1500, from mis- (1) + handle (v.). Related: Mishandled; mishandling.



  • Mishanter

    [mi-shan-ter] /mɪˈʃæn tər/ noun, Scot. and North England. 1. a misfortune; mishap.

  • Mishap

    [mis-hap, mis-hap] /ˈmɪs hæp, mɪsˈhæp/ noun 1. an unfortunate accident. /ˈmɪshæp/ noun 1. an unfortunate accident 2. bad luck n. early 14c., “bad luck, unlucky accident,” from mis- (1) “bad” + hap “luck.” Probably on analogy of Old French meschance (see mischance (n.)). language An early system on the IBM 1130. [Listed in CACM 2(5):16, […]



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