[ mis-sey ]
/ mɪsˈseɪ /
verb (used with object), mis·said, mis·say·ing.
to say or speak ill of; vilify; slander.
to say wrongly.
verb (used without object), mis·said, mis·say·ing.
to speak wrongly or incorrectly.
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Origin of missay
OTHER WORDS FROM missaymis·say·er, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for missaid
And within a while he overtook the damosel, and anon she missaid him in the foulest manner.
Alas, she said, fair Beaumains, forgive me all that I have missaid or done against thee.