[ UK /mɪstˈa‍ɪmɪŋ/ ]
  1. something located at a time when it could not have existed or occurred
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How To Use mistiming In A Sentence

  • Batsmen need to use their feet cleverly when playing on the slightly slower pitches here so that they are in a position to play the ball without mistiming it.
  • Speaking of balls hit on the ground, opposing infielders, particularly the shortstop, have a habit of mistiming their dives.
  • She must have looked crestfallen at her mistiming, because he said suddenly: `You have walked here? THE GOLDEN LION
  • The spectacular mistiming of his own 2001 memoir, Fugitive Days, doomed the book to short-term infamy and long-term obscurity. Deconstructing Obama
  • Not mistiming any tackles, rarely wasting the ball and never stopping running, we could have done with four Coles in midfield.
  • How many times have we seen him waste his pace advantage by mistiming his runs and be flagged offside, even when he was looking along the line?
  • Having spent three weeks looking at the abysmal track record of the majority of fund managers, and the danger of even slightly mistiming your investments, I really do wonder why anyone bothers trying.
  • Jones also said Gannett Offset is reaping some benefits from CC1's APR software, which automatically calculates and corrects any unit-to-unit mistiming that may occur prior to makeready. Undefined
  • This will result in your clashing with him or mistiming your movement which will end up destroying the effectiveness of the technique.
  • However much a bumpy surface might have inconvenienced both sets of players, it hardly excused the lack of control and horrible mistiming of the ball which characterised the first half.
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