verb (used with object), mis·knew, mis·known, mis·know·ing.
Origin of misknow
Related formsmis·knowl·edge [mis-nol-ij] /mɪsˈnɒl ɪdʒ/, noun
Examples from the Web for misknow
He also scolds Bacon for being afraid that Buckingham's height of fortune might make him "misknow himself."The Curious Case of Lady Purbeck|Thomas Longueville
Why should we misknow one another, fight not against the enemy but against ourselves, from mere difference of uniform?
It would be greatly to misknow Gibbon to suppose that his studies at Lausanne were restricted to the learned languages.Gibbon|James Cotter Morison