Misprize - definition of misprize by The Free Dictionary
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mis·prize (mĭs-prīz′) tr.v. mis·prized
mis·priz·es 1. To despise. 2. To undervalue. mis·priz′er n. misprize ( mɪsˈpraɪz) or misprise vb
to fail to appreciate the value of; undervalue or disparage
[C15: from Old French
mesprisier, from mes- mis- 1 + prisier to prize 2] mis•prize (mɪsˈpraɪz) v.t. -prized, -priz•ing.
to despise; undervalue.
[1300–50; < Middle French
misprize Past participle: misprized Gerund: misprizing Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
Imperative misprize misprize
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