misaim

verb mis·aim \ ˌmis-ˈām \

Definition of misaim

misaimed; misaiming
transitive + intransitive
: to aim poorly or incorrectly
  • When you misaim both your eyes and your putter head, the only chance you have to hole the putt is to make a bad putting stroke …
  • —T. J. Tomasi
  • Some ads targeted at me have been laughably misaimed
  • —Michael Hiltzik

First Known Use of misaim

1813

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