verb (used with object)
- misplaced modifier,
Origin of misprint
Examples from the Web for misprint
It may be perfectly true that Mitt Romney was meeting with people at Bain & Co (or it may have been a misprint by the Herald).
The date 1780 in "Biographia Dramatica" is obviously a misprint, as the play was not acted until 1781.
Other than these misprint corrections, printer's inconsistencies in spelling and punctuation have been retained.Industrial Conspiracies|Clarence S. Darrow
In Mr. Dovaston's paper is a misprint, which it may be as well to notice here.
Thus we shall find three "Arlauds" and an "Artaud," though I suspect the last named is a misprint.Chats on Old Miniatures|J. J. Foster
If 'creature' is not a collective, it is a misprint for 'creatures.'