verb (used with object), mis·gave, mis·giv·en, mis·giv·ing.
verb (used without object), mis·gave, mis·giv·en, mis·giv·ing.
Origin of misgive
Examples from the Web for misgive
Love is a matter of give and take—marriage, a matter of misgive and mistake.A Guide to Men|Helen Rowland
He searched the air like Nisus the forest in his quest of Euryalus, and his mind began to misgive him.Georges Guynemer|Henry Bordeaux
As my time drew nearer, and there got to be talk of my having a new coat for the ceremony, my mind began to misgive me.The Moonstone|Wilkie Collins
So that when I heard his heavy footstep advancing along the passage my heart did misgive me, and I felt that I was trembling.Relics of General Chasse|Anthony Trollope
It was rather discouraging, wearisome work, and Billy's heart began to misgive him as one after another refused his request.The English Orphans|Mary Jane Holmes