Examples of misjudge in a Sentence
I can see that I've completely misjudged you. I apologize.
The outfielder misjudged the fly ball and it went over his head.
The pilot misjudged the landing.
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Ed Sheeran While opening for bestie Taylor Swift on her 2013 Red tour, the singer-songwriter misjudged his ability to jump onto a piece of sound equipment, and ended up heading for the floor.
Woods was in the fairway, then misjudged the wind on his second shot and hit it over the green.
Giolito was gone by the fifth, when Thompson misjudged a fly and the Pirates took the lead.
The risk is that the two sides, having misjudged each other’s intentions, find themselves in an escalating series of attacks and counterattacks.
When reminded of the popularity of coloring books among adults, Mr. Conn joked that the company may have misjudged its audience.
Tolisso's backpass was misjudged and underhit but Ulreich still had the chance to clear.
Even so, Reade and others are worried that Trump and his trade team will misjudge political and economic factors in the relationship, believing that the U.S. has the leverage to win fundamental changes in how China operates its economy.
But in the 22nd minute, Luis Suarez capitalized from Uruguay's third corner and made it 1-0 against its opponent as Mohammed Al-Owais completely misjudged the ball coming into the box.
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MISJUDGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of misjudge for English Language Learners
: to have an unfair opinion about (someone)
: to estimate (something, such as an amount, distance, etc.) incorrectly
MISJUDGE Defined for Kids
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