Definition of Misalignment

1. Noun. The spatial property of things that are not properly aligned.

Generic synonyms: Arrangement, Placement
Derivative terms: Misalign



Definition of Misalignment

1. Noun. the state, or an instance, of being misaligned ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Misalignment

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misalignment

misaffection
misaffections
misaffects
misaffirm
misaffirmed
misaffirming
misagent
misagents
misaim
misaimed
misaiming
misaims
misalign
misaligned
misaligning
misalignment (current term)
misalignments
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misallegation
misallegations
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misalleged
misalleges
misalleging
misalliance
misalliances
misallied
misallies
misallocate
misallocated

Literary usage of Misalignment

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1. Production Incentives in Philippine Agriculture: Effects of Trade and by Romeo M. Bautista (1987)
"Table 16 contains the results of the calculations distinguishing among the three sources of exchange rate misalignment for four periods representing various ..."

2. Technical Digest edited by G. W. Day, D. L. Franzen, P. A. Williams (1999)
"Any misalignment error therefore causes a reduction in the measured DGD. Fortunately, the error is a weak function of misalignment for small angular errors. ..."

3. Reducing Capital Cost in Southern Africa by Martín Grandes, Nicolas Pinaud (2005)
"This counter intuitive impact of the real effective exchange rate misalignment may be attributable to an econometric bias, ie a relatively inadequate ..."

4. Direct-current Motor and Generator Troubles: Operation and Repair by Theodore S. Gandy, Elmer C. Schacht (1920)
"In case of this misalignment, all of the brushes of the stud which is out of ... misalignment of the brush-holder bracket may result from the loosening of ..."

5. Healthy People 2000: National Health Promotion & Disease Prevention by DIANE Publishing Company (2004)
"About 2 to 5 percent of American children suffer from amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (ocular misalignment), and anisometropia (difference between the two ..."

6. Agricultural Trade and Poverty: Making Policy Analysis Count edited by Jonathan Brooks (2003)
"... agricultural policies, irrespective of whether they were (explicitly or implicitly) designed to counteract or amplify any exchange rate misalignment. ..."

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