[ US /ˈmɪsˌmætʃ, mɪsˈmætʃ/ ]
[ UK /mɪsmˈæt‍ʃ/ ]
  1. a bad or unsuitable match
  1. match badly; match two objects or people that do not go together
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How To Use mismatch In A Sentence

  • But now I have another reason to dislike the need for sleep - there is a fundamental mismatch between a baby's sleep schedule and that of their parents.
  • In a way, the mismatch between virus and vaccine isn't surprising.
  • A mismatched pair of detectives are forced to work together to track down a crime kingpin who has introduced a new narcotic to the streets. The Sun
  • There is a mismatch between the skills offered by people and the skills needed by industry.
  • That, plus the fact that the dining area is furnished with cast-off tables and chairs and mismatched china and cutlery, might make food seem like an afterthought.
  • Couples will forever be mismatched in their preferences for solo versus joint activities.
  • She began by giving the best definition of disability I have ever heard: a mismatch between people and their environment.
  • We sat in the leafy, overgrown garden, where wild herbs and flowers spiced the air and the mismatched tables were topped with salvaged mosaic tiles. Smithsonian Mag
  • (And in fugly, mismatched outfits if you want to get all technical about it.) What Does A Body Good | Her Bad Mother
  • My husband and I have mismatched libidos and try to compromise with one another.
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