verb (used with object), mis·prized, mis·priz·ing.
Origin of misprize
Related formsmis·priz·er, noun
Examples from the Web for misprize
Yet I would not misprize the cats of Seville, which apparently have their money price.Familiar Spanish Travels|W. D. Howells
People are too apt to misprize this sort of politeness of mere habit; yet, as far as it goes, it is an excellent thing.
But of course she wasn't; youth will ever misprize till it must mourn its blessings.Nobody|Louis Joseph Vance
Yet she would not speak her thought, lest he should misprize her.Tales from the Old French|Various