Misvalue
Misvalue Mis*val"ue, v. t. To value wrongly or too little; to undervalue. [1913 Webster]

But for I am so young, I dread my work Wot be misvalued both of old and young. --W. Browne. [1913 Webster]


The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • misvalue — [mis′val′yo͞o, misval′yo͞o] vt. misvalued, misvaluing to fail to value properly or adequately …   English World dictionary

  • misvalue — verb To value wrongly: to misjudge the value of. Gombrich generalizes his argument: all norms of progress misvalue art by over rating their own achievement, under rating other styles, and by viewing previous styles as precursors to their own work …   Wiktionary

  • misvalue — v.t., misvalued, misvaluing. * * * …   Universalium

  • misvalue — mis·value …   English syllables

  • misvalue — /mɪsˈvælju/ (say mis valyooh) verb (t) (misvalued, misvaluing) to value wrongly …   Australian English dictionary

  • misvalue — (ˈ)mis+ transitive verb Etymology: mis (I) + value : to value wrongly; especially : undervalue neglected and misvalued his work for many years …   Useful english dictionary

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