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Definition of the verb Mis-Sold
What does Mis-Sold mean as a doing word?
- past of mis-sell
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The Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1886)
A New Original Work of Reference to All the Words in the English Language, with a Full Account of Their Origin, Meaning, Pronunciation, and Use ... by Robert Hunter
mis-sold' (al as 8), pa . par. or a. [MISBAY.] l, ». fto. [Low Lat. missoU, from missj = a mass; O. Fr. missel, mernl : Fr. missel • 8p. muni; lt*\. messalc.1 A. As substantive : Eccles. * Church.
by Jonathan Law
enterprise zone mortgage's life; in some cases, the courts have ordered the mortgage provider to compensate the mortgagee, on the grounds that the policy was mis-sold. As a result of these problems endowment mortgages are now ...
by Cambridge University Press
person who buys it: mis-sell sth to sblmis-sell sb sth The finance industry has mis-sold mortgages to people who cannot afford them. mis-selling noun [U] UK coMMERcE the act of selling something that is not suitable for the person who buys ...
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