Definition of Misrule. Meaning of Misrule. Synonyms of Misrule

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Definition of Misrule

Misrule
Misrule Mis*rule", v. t. & i. To rule badly; to misgovern.
Misrule
Misrule Mis*rule", n. 1. The act, or the result, of misruling. 2. Disorder; confusion; tumult from insubordination. Enormous riot and misrule surveyed. --Pope. Abbot, or Lord, of Misrule. See under Abbot, and Lord.

Meaning of Misrule from wikipedia

- In England, the Lord of Misrule – known in Scotland as the Abbot of Unreason and in France as the Prince des Sots – was an officer appointed by lot during...
- The Lord of Misrule was an officer to preside over the medieval Feast of Fools. Lord of Misrule may also refer to: Lord of Misrule (novel), a 2010 novel...
- Lords of Misrule may refer to: Lords of Misrule, an 1976 novel by Nigel Tranter "Lords of Misrule" a short story in the Viriconium series by M. John Harrison...
- The Age of Misrule is a three-book modern fantasy novel series, written by Mark Chadbourn. It is set in Britain and the faery Otherworld around the beginning...
- Lord of Misrule is a 2010 novel by Jaimy Gordon. The book is divided into four sections, each concerned with one of four horse races at a "down on the...
- The Family at Misrule (1895) is a novel for children by Australian writer Ethel Turner. It is a sequel to the author's 1894 novel Seven Little Australians...
- Boy II (2020), Separation (2021), Orphan: First Kill (2022), and Lord of Misrule (2023). His films have grossed over $300 million worldwide at the box office...
- television series True Blood. This was followed by the television film Lord of Misrule, filmed in Fowey, Cornwall, which also featured Richard Wilson, Emily Mortimer...
- poor and oppressed such as peasants, women, and villagers under colonial misrule and exploitation. Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay, Tagore's contemporary, was...
- political movement initiated by students in the Indian state of Bihar against misrule and corruption in the state government. in 1974. It was led by the veteran...