misdeliver

verb
mis·de·liv·er | \ ˌmis-di-ˈli-vər , -dē- \
misdelivered; misdelivering\ˌmis-di-ˈli-v(ə-)riŋ, -dē- \; misdelivers

Definition of misdeliver 

transitive verb

: to deliver (something) to the wrong person or address misdeliver a letter/package

Other words from misdeliver

misdelivery \ˌmis-di-ˈli-v(ə-)rē, -dē- \ noun plural misdeliveries
Examples of conversion are: … (2) depriving the owner of control through an unauthorized transfer of goods, as in the misdelivery of a home computer from the repair shop … Fundamentals of Insurance

First Known Use of misdeliver

1625, in the meaning defined above

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