misprint

[ noun mis-print, mis-print; verb mis-print ]SEE DEFINITION OF misprint
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MISPRINT

The given name of Emerson was Dearborn, and not "Danborn," which is a misprint.

If such a misprint were found, it might quite naturally be attributed to carelessness.

Brown University, misprint in quoting its charter, 154, 155.

Oxford students cause a misprint in the marriage service, 154.

Footnote 28: This "3" in the copy before me may be a misprint for "8."

Footnote 90: It has been suggested that Pest is a misprint for Peat.

One misprint will cause a discord and throw the music out of sale.

The misprint "ingenious" for "ingenuous" is in a footnote, p. 10.

The misprint "ingenious" for "ingenuous" occurs in a footnote to p. 16.

The misprint "ingenious" has been corrected in both these issues.

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