Definition of Misapply. Meaning of Misapply. Synonyms of Misapply

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Definition of Misapply

Misapply
Misapply Mis`ap*ply", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Misapplied; p. pr. & vb. n. Misapplying.] To apply wrongly; to use for a wrong purpose; as, to misapply a name or title; to misapply public money.

Meaning of Misapply from wikipedia

- artefact not of index number relativity (the Gerschenkron effect) but of misapplying to the calculation of growth cost prices that do not accurately measure...
- [citation needed] Names like "synthetic cocaine" and "new cocaine" have been misapplied to phencyclidine (PCP) and various designer drugs.[citation needed] Organized...
- against that ruddy little ignoramus Adolf Hitler ... Ruining, perverting, misapplying, and making for ever accursed, that noble northern spirit, a supreme...
- fame in our society and it was never my intention for my comments to be misapplied almost a year later". Hilton has a pink Bentley Continental, another Bentley...
- Hollywood Reporter. Reed, Rex (2015-05-13). "Diane Lane's Talents Are Sorely Misapplied in the Crime Thriller Every Secret Thing". New York Observer. Retrieved...
- (usually cases where the justices decide that the lower courts significantly misapplied precedent and reverse the case without briefing or argument) were an illustration...
- of magnesium alloy are called "mag wheels", although the term is often misapplied to aluminium wheels. Many car and aircraft manufacturers have made engine...
- of the word agnosticism, claiming that it has become one of the most misapplied terms in metaphysics. Brown raises the question, "You claim that nothing...
- anthropology and scientific racism, the term "Aryan race" came to be misapplied to all people descended from the Proto-Indo-Europeans – a subgroup of...
- etymology of kombucha is uncertain; however, it is speculated that it is a misapplied loanword from ****anese. It has been hypothesized that English speakers...
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