misdraw

verb
mis·​draw | \ ˌmis-ˈdrȯ \
misdrew\ ˌmis-​ˈdrü \; misdrawn\ ˌmis-​ˈdrȯn \; misdrawing

Definition of misdraw

transitive verb

: to draw (something) incorrectly misdraw a line in a blueprint Thanks to a state boundary misdrawn by surveyors that year, Georgia lost a tiny sliver of land to Tennessee …— Jay Bookman

First Known Use of misdraw

1656, in the meaning defined above

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