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Meanings of Misgrown:

adjective

Grown out of shape; misshapen, stunted.

Meanings of Misguess:

noun

A wrong guess; (bridge) an incorrect guess at the situation regarding a (stated) suit.

verb

To guess wrongly.

Meanings of Misguessed:

noun

A wrong guess; (bridge) an incorrect guess at the situation regarding a (stated) suit.

verb

To guess wrongly.

Meanings of Misguesses:

noun

A wrong guess; (bridge) an incorrect guess at the situation regarding a (stated) suit.

verb

To guess wrongly.

Meanings of Misguessing:

noun

A wrong guess; (bridge) an incorrect guess at the situation regarding a (stated) suit.

verb

To guess wrongly.

Meanings of Misguggle:

verb

To handle roughly, maul; to spoil.

Misguide

mɪsˈɡʌɪd

Meanings of Misguide:

verb

Mislead.

Usage examples:

A long survey that can only baffle and misguide the general reader

Misguided

ˌmɪsˈɡaɪ.dɪd

Meanings of Misguided:

adjective

Having or showing faulty judgement or reasoning.

Usage examples:

Their misguided belief that they were defending the honour of their country
verb

Mislead.

Usage examples:

A long survey that can only baffle and misguide the general reader

Meanings of Misguider:

noun

A person who misguides another.

Meanings of Misguiders:

noun

A person who misguides another.

Misguides

mɪsˈɡʌɪd

Meanings of Misguides:

verb

Mislead.

Usage examples:

A long survey that can only baffle and misguide the general reader

Misguiding

mɪsˈɡʌɪd

Meanings of Misguiding:

verb

Mislead.

Usage examples:

A long survey that can only baffle and misguide the general reader

Meanings of Misguidingly:

adverb

Misleadingly.

Mishandle

ˌmɪsˈhæn.dəl

Meanings of Mishandle:

verb

Manage or deal with (something) wrongly or ineffectively.

Usage examples:

The officer had mishandled the situation

Mishandled

ˌmɪsˈhæn.dəl

Meanings of Mishandled:

verb

Manage or deal with (something) wrongly or ineffectively.

Usage examples:

The officer had mishandled the situation

Meanings of Mishandles:

verb

Manage or deal with (something) wrongly or ineffectively.

Usage examples:

The officer had mishandled the situation

Mishandling

ˌmɪsˈhæn.dəl.ɪŋ

Meanings of Mishandling:

verb

Manage or deal with (something) wrongly or ineffectively.

Usage examples:

The officer had mishandled the situation
noun

The act or an example of dealing with something without the necessary care or skill

Usage examples:

Who do you blame for the mishandling of the economy?, the mishandling of information was one of the…

Meanings of Mishanter:

noun

Mishap or misadventure.

Usage examples:

I drove into the loch by mishanter

Mishap

ˈmɪs.hæp

Meanings of Mishap:

noun

An unlucky accident.

Usage examples:

Although there were a few minor mishaps, none of the pancakes stuck to the ceiling

Meanings of Mishappen:

verb

Of an event, impersonal, or with non-referential it as subject: to happen unfortunately (originally with dative of person affected); to occur by misfortune, to miscarry.

Mishaps

ˈmɪs.hæp

Meanings of Mishaps:

noun

An unlucky accident.

Usage examples:

Although there were a few minor mishaps, none of the pancakes stuck to the ceiling

Mishear

ˌmɪsˈhɪər

Meanings of Mishear:

verb

Fail to hear (a person or their words) correctly.

Usage examples:

She must have misheard him

Misheard

ˌmɪsˈhɪər

Meanings of Misheard:

verb

Fail to hear (a person or their words) correctly.

Usage examples:

She must have misheard him

Mishearing

ˌmɪsˈhɪər

Meanings of Mishearing:

verb

Fail to hear (a person or their words) correctly.

Usage examples:

She must have misheard him

Mishit

mɪsˈhɪt

Meanings of Mishit:

verb

(in various sports) hit or kick (a ball) badly or in the wrong direction.

Usage examples:

An incompetent tennis player, he mishit the shot
noun

An instance of hitting or kicking a ball badly or in the wrong direction.

Usage examples:

After a further mishit, his third attempt proved successful

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