- to do badly or wrongly; botch.
- Obsolete. to behave improperly.
Origin of misdo
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Examples from the Web for misdo
Let all share the same lot, ran one of the statutes; if any misdo, let all bear it.Cambridge and its Story
Charles William Stubbs
If a Gild-brother do wrong “let all bear it: if one misdo, let all bear alike.”The Influence and Development of English Gilds
Francis Aiden Hibbert
He it is who bids the knight no more wrest gifts from his tenant nor misdo with the poor.History of the English People, Volume II (of 8)
John Richard Green
Word Origin and History for misdo
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