[ US /mɪsˈdʒədʒ/ ]
[ UK /mɪsd‍ʒˈʌd‍ʒ/ ]
  1. judge incorrectly
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How To Use misjudge In A Sentence

  • She misjudged them and stumbled, but Damin caught her before she fell. TREASON KEEP
  • He misjudged the mood of audiences. Truman
  • If I've misjudged the hot pants, then what else? The treggings and shoe-boot combination? The T-shirt dress and the skinny jeans? Are my feet too old for gladiator sandals?
  • But protests from 10,000 disgusted licence payers show they have misjudged the public mood. The Sun
  • Since the market price is the best estimate of the future price, it's hard to see how either the company or the secretary can systematically misjudge the value of the stock high or low. Executive Compensation, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Why it's still going The warm, buttery plots and familiar, approachable cast remind older viewers of the days when they could buy a pint for tuppence ha'penny and still have change for a misjudged June Whitfield cameo. Top Gear, New Tricks, Lewis … the television shows that won't die
  • I'd imagine this directly kills dozens of people every year who get the dosage wrong or misjudge the breaking strain of a rope.
  • ‘I apologise for this misjudgement and the lapse in my usually high standards,’ said Councillor Reid.
  • The driver, who was only on her second day on the route, misjudged the height of the low bridge, causing the accident.
  • Minefields flank the road edge, marked by red-painted rocks, and any driver unlucky enough to misjudge one of the treacherous bends will find themself in the middle of one.
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