amiss


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Synonyms for amiss

Synonyms for amiss

not in accordance with what is usual or expected

not in the right way or on the proper course

Synonyms for amiss

not functioning properly

away from the correct or expected course

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in an imperfect or faulty way

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References in classic literature ?
Neither his hand nor his stethoscope could discover anything that was amiss.
And pretending to be sorry for all that she had done amiss, Meed confessed her sins and was forgiven.
But there were few there so wise as to know the way thither, and they went all amiss.
All day I have waited to hear from him, for he often likes to be alone; but an hour ago I feared that something was amiss, so I went up and peeped through the key-hole.
I don't understand you, Arthur (at least I hope I don't): pray tell me what I have done or said amiss.
What have you seen amiss in me, and what would you have me to do?
Nothing came amiss to them, from Manchester cotton manufactures to Smyrna figs.
It may not be amiss to remind the incredulous reader that a famous firm in the City accepted precisely the same security as that here accepted by Bulpit Brothers, with the same sublime indifference to troubling themselves by making any inquiry about it.
Let there be nothing amiss, and the question is superfluous.
Bradley consumed the lonely hours, and consumed himself in haunting the spot where his careless rival lay a dreaming; little Miss Peecher wore them away in listening for the return home of the master of her heart, and in sorrowfully presaging that much was amiss with him.
13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Richardson, a leading global sales training and sales effectiveness firm, announced today that they have hired a new Managing Director of EMEA, Nicola Amiss, in addition to several other executives in Europe and Singapore as a result of international growth for the organisation.
While we will have to wait for the event to discover the 2015 winner, last year saw Dennis Amiss MBE singled out in recognition of the impact he has made on the West Midlands' cricket scene, as both a player and an administrator.
It was particularly poignant for Dennis Amiss, the Harborne-born England star who introduced the helmet which went on to change the game in 1977.
DENNIS AMISS, one of the first batsmen to use a helmet, hopes lessons can be learnt from the injury to Phil Hughes.
DENNIS Amiss believes that Ian Bell could go on to "break all records" after reaching the 100-Test milestone later this week.