Definition of Mistime

1. Verb. Time incorrectly. "She mistimed the marathon runner"

Generic synonyms: Clock, Time
Derivative terms: Mistiming



Definition of Mistime

1. v. t. To time wrongly; not to adapt to the time.

Definition of Mistime

1. Verb. To do at the wrong time; especially to misjudge the timing of coordinated events. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mistime

1. to time wrongly [v -TIMED, -TIMING, -TIMES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mistime

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mistico
misticos
mistide
mistided
mistides
mistiding
mistier
mistiest
mistified
mistifies
mistify
mistifying
mistihead
mistily
mistime (current term)
mistimed
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mistiming
mistimings
mistiness
mistinesses
misting
mistings
mistion
mistions
mistitle
mistitled
mistitles
mistitling

Literary usage of Mistime

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1. Review of Lord Mahon's History of the American Revolution. From the North by John Gorham] [Palfrey (1852)
"not conceiving that he could miss it so much in point of intelligence as to mistime matters so egregiously, if either of the other two was his object ..."

2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1887)
"mistime, v.—To put out of one's regular course. With having the boys at home she has mistimed herself a bit. I've lost my husband, and I feel very much ..."

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