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Misprise or Misprize, to undervalue, to slight, to despise (Fr. mépriser): “--ing what they look on,” Ado III, 1, 52. “I am altogether --d,” As I, 1, 177. “your reputation shall not be --d,” I, 2, 192. “by the --ing of a maid too virtuous for the contempt of empire,” All's III, 2, 33. “--ing the knight opposed,” Troil. IV, 5, 74 (Ff disprising).
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