Definition of Miscounting

1. Verb. (present participle of miscount) ¹



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Definition of Miscounting

1. miscount [v] - See also: miscount

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Miscounting

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

Literary usage of Miscounting

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1. Lex Parliamentaria Americana: Elements of the Law and Practice of by Luther Stearns Cushing (1874)
"... PASSED BY THE miscounting OP VOTES. Burnett, (History of His Own Times,) voL II. p. 485, (1680,) relates the following anecdote:—"The former parliament ..."

2. Filipino Popular Tales by Dean Spruill Fansler (1921)
"Episode of the miscounting. On the way home, the seven, sad because of the loss of one of their number, meet another sad young man, who says that his mother ..."

3. Surveying by William Norman Thomas (1920)
"(6) Confusion of the tallies, such as 40 and 60, 30 and 70, eg booking 42-7 instead of 62-7 or rice versa. (c) The miscounting of the odd links between ..."

4. Modern Greek in Asia Minor: A Study of the Dialects of Siĺli, Cappadocia and by Richard McGillivray Dawkins, William Reginald Halliday (1916)
"... 6 gives the miscounting incident common to Ali Baba and the Syra version. ... omits the miscounting and the pass-words but contains the cobbler episode. ..."

5. Manual of Election Laws of Illinois: With Full Notes and Interpretations by John Lewson (1922)
"miscounting of votes. The wilful miscounting of ballots by a judge of election at a primary is a violation of a legal right and good ground for an action on ..."

6. Westminster Papers: A Monthly Journal of Chess, Whist, Games of Skill and by Westminster Chess Club, London (1874)
"Ans. We think the miscounting was a slip that should have been rectified by ... It is miscounting and nothing more, and has nothing to do with the law as to ..."

7. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined: V. 1-6; 1864-69 by Victoria Supreme Court, Alfred Wyatt (1870)
"The present decree is, I think, sustainable, without attributing a fraudulent miscounting, and therefore the question of the number would be open to the ..."

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