[mis-oh-nee-iz-uh m, mahy-soh-] /ˌmɪs oʊˈni ɪz əm, ˌmaɪ soʊ-/
hatred or dislike of what is new or represents change.
hatred of anything new
“hatred of novelty,” 1886, from miso- + Greek neos “new” (see new) + -ism. Related: Misoneist.
[mis-uh l or, esp. British, -ahyl] /ˈmɪs əl or, esp. British, -aɪl/ noun 1. an object or weapon for throwing, hurling, or shooting, as a stone, bullet, or arrow. 2. . 3. . adjective 4. capable of being thrown, hurled, or shot, as from the hand or a gun. 5. used or designed for discharging […]
noun 1. a lag in one country’s missile production relative to the production of another country.
[mis-uh l-muh n or, esp. British, -ahyl-] /ˈmɪs əl mən or, esp. British, -aɪl-/ noun, plural missilemen. 1. a person who builds, designs, launches, or operates guided . 2. a technician or scientist whose work pertains to missilery.
[mis-uh l-ree] /ˈmɪs əl ri/ noun 1. the science of the construction and use of guided . /ˈmɪsaɪlrɪ/ noun 1. missiles collectively 2. the design, operation, or study of missiles