(ms*prz"), v. t. [OF. mesprisier to deprise, F. mpriser; pref. amiss, wrong (L. minus less + LL. pretium price. See price, Prize, v.] To slight or undervalue.
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O, for those vanished hours, so much misprized!
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I do not blame them, madam, nor misprize.
Mrs. Browning.
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