They also insisted much on the misapplication of public money by the British ministry.
The misapplication of English words by foreigners is often very ludicrous.
This is a very flagrant instance of misquotation and misapplication.
I felt all the time that it was a misapplication of the human voice.
Nor is it the poetical faculty itself, or any misapplication of it, to which this want of harmony is to be imputed.
The misapplication of the reasoning powers is the same in both.
I am not without fear, that some misapplication of the public money may enter into the causes of his declining to return.
This misapplication of terms must be very often perplexing to the young student.
Grotius assured him it was a falshood; and that what had been said of the misapplication of the Subsidies was a gross calumny.
It is a misapplication of his powers, which it also cripples, and teases away his hearers.