Synonyms for misdeed
|Grammar : Noun|
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|Phonetic Transcription : mɪsˈdid|
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Définition of misdeedOrigin :
- Old English misdæd "misdeed, evil deed, sin," common Germanic compound (cf. Old Saxon misdad, Old Frisian misdede, Middle Dutch misdaet, German Missetat, Gothic missadeþs; see mis- (1) + deed (n.).
- noun crime
- And for that misdeed now I ensure you but death, for well have ye deserved it.
- Extract from : « Stories of King Arthur and His Knights » by U. Waldo Cutler
- The perpetrator of the misdeed embarks on his career of defilement early.
- Extract from : « The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles » by Jean Henri Fabre
- Also, a blow or correction, as "you'll knap it," for some misdeed.
- Extract from : « The Sailor's Word-Book » by William Henry Smyth
- They asked if Grettir had done this misdeed; but he said it had happened even as he had expected.
- Extract from : « The Book of Romance » by Various
- Therefore, someone must have discovered the misdeed and he was being cared for.
- Extract from : « Original Short Stories, Volume 7 (of 13) » by Guy de Maupassant
- And thus he had but little joy of the woman he had won by misdeed.
- Extract from : « Eskimo Folktales » by Unknown
- She stood condemned by all the evil likely to ensue from her misdeed.
- Extract from : « Diana of the Crossways, Complete » by George Meredith
- Had he not atoned for that misdeed through years of suffering?
- Extract from : « When Dreams Come True » by Ritter Brown
- The discrepancy would be too great between the misdeed and the punishment.
- Extract from : « The Surprises of Life » by Georges Clemenceau
- Renaud has been banished from Godfrey's camp for the misdeed of another, whom he will not betray.
- Extract from : « The Complete Opera Book » by Gustav Kobb
Antonyms for misdeed
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