Definition of mistry in English:

mistry

verb

  • with object To try (a person or case) wrongly or badly; to subject to a wrong or badly conducted trial.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in John Gouldsborough (1568–1618), law reporter and office-holder. From mis- + try.

Pronunciation

mistry

/ˌmɪsˈtrʌɪ/