Definition of Miscounted

1. Verb. (past of miscount) ¹



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Definition of Miscounted

1. miscount [v] - See also: miscount

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Miscounted

miscorrection
miscorrections
miscorrects
miscorrelation
miscorrelations
miscost
miscosted
miscosting
miscounsel
miscounseled
miscounseling
miscounselled
miscounselling
miscounsels
miscount
miscounted (current term)
miscounting
miscounts
miscreant
miscreants
miscreate
miscreated
miscreates
miscreating
miscreation
miscreations
miscreative
miscreator
miscreators
miscreaunt

Literary usage of Miscounted

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1819)
"... that he miscounted his own strength, or miscounted the probable attendance on the opposite side. During this session (us appeared from a pretty plain ..."

2. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1889)
"Nor, in such case, is it of consequence whose ballot was miscounted, for the effect is the same, and the mode of proof is precisely the same, whether it was ..."

3. The Epigrammatists: A Selection from the Epigrammatic Literature of Ancient by Henry Philip Dodd (1870)
"Wit's a disease consumes men in few years. With the line, " miscounted years, and measur'd age by fame," may be compared Ben ..."

4. Practical Banking: With a Survey of the Federal Reserve Act by Ralph Scott Harris (1915)
"Errors in counting money are of three kinds: — First, the money may have been miscounted when the deposit was made. If it was incorrectly entered on the ..."

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