Definition of miscommunication
: failure to communicate clearly There was miscommunication between the reporter and her editors.
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Television pictures after the jump-off showed Epaillard and Philippaerts had been even until the Belgian had a miscommunication with his horse between the second and third jumps which cost him the victory.
Paradise of Bachelors co-owner Christopher Smith thinks a miscommunication led to the delay.
Ahitow and Gershengorin, for their parts, blame miscommunication.
One is two human beings in a room having a miscommunication.
A miscommunication on the part of the referees had incorrectly attributed a first-quarter technical foul to Green as well when it was intended for coach Steve Kerr.
A miscommunication by the Kansas City defense resulted in another run.
Preparation is key to preventing the miscommunication and confusion brought on by law enforcement officers racing to an active mass casualty scene, experts said.
Klay’s gravity leads to a miscommunication and Livingston dunks.
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