The Materialists (or Naturalists, as they miscall themselves) believe that death is the end of life.
Why, then, does he miscall the King, and eat the King's bread?
Read and spell aright all the words and syllables in the visitation, and miscall neither letter nor syllable in it.
But thar--he's the best man that ever was, when he's here, and I have no wish to miscall him.
We miscall it 'lust,' cruelly libelling those to whom we ascribe it, and introduce absolute disorder.
I'm not writing for those parties who miscall themselves critics, and I don't care to have them paw the book at all.
I know every shade and tint of that blessed thing they miscall the tender passion.
Tell him,” said the girl with her eyes still closed, “to not miscall things; no one is all virtue.
Their souls are like their bodies, hidden by the rags, foul with the dirt of what we miscall civilisation.
They read more slowly, more often misplace the emphasis, and miscall more words.