[verb mis-kree-eyt; adjective mis-kree-it, -eyt]Rare.

verb (used with or without object), mis·cre·at·ed, mis·cre·at·ing.

to create amiss or deformed.


Origin of miscreate

First recorded in 1580–90; mis-1 + create
Related formsmis·cre·a·tion, nounmis·cre·a·tive, adjectivemis·cre·a·tor, noun
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Examples from the Web for miscreation

Historical Examples of miscreation

  • An appropriate instrument was at hand in the Pindaric ode, the miscreation of a true poet, Cowley.

    The Age of Dryden

    Richard Garnett

British Dictionary definitions for miscreation


verb (ˌmɪskrɪˈeɪt)

to create (something) badly or incorrectly

adjective (ˈmɪskrɪɪt, -ˌeɪt)

archaic badly or unnaturally formed or made
Derived Formsmiscreation, noun
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