[ UK /mɪstˈa‍ɪm/ ]
  1. time incorrectly
    She mistimed the marathon runner
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How To Use mistime In A Sentence

  • The government's intervention was badly mistimed.
  • His mistimed drive to mid-off was almost inevitable. Times, Sunday Times
  • She mistimed her stroke and the ball went into the net.
  • To a man, big lads who wouldn't look out of place on the door as employees of a security firm were starting to mistime tackles while, as an attacking force, simply nothing was happening for them.
  • Caine thought that relationships, like movies, should have a beginning, a middle and an end, although he sometimes mistimed the last act.
  • They misplaced passes and mistimed tackles. The Sun
  • She mistimed her stroke and the ball went into the net.
  • He mistimed the shot and holed out. The Sun
  • It was a mistimed challenge in the corner and the player wasn't through on goal. The Sun
  • In those conditions, any slight mistimed tackle would have resulted in a red card. Times, Sunday Times
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