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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Then the wheels fell off for the Seminoles after wide receiver Keith Gavin misjudged a kick and fumbled his return inside the 10-yard line, setting Alabama up for a 11-yard rushing touchdown by Harris to put the game out of reach.
Archival pages from The New York Times can attest that not so long ago, pilots were more likely to misjudge terrain and crash into mountains, or even to crash into other planes in midair.
The most common reason for free agent contracts to go bad is underestimating or otherwise misjudging how badly a player will age.
After misjudging the distance of the punt, Agnew lunged forward to snag it off his shoestrings near the 12-yard line.
King Lear: pretty irrational dude, felled by misjudging the affection of his children.
After the deadly Station fire hit L.A. County in 2009, a Times investigation found the U.S. Forest Service misjudged the threat posed by the blaze and did not allow water drops the first night.
The report also pans the Obama administration for misjudging the inevitability of Assad’s demise, the commitment of his regional allies and the United States’ ability to prevent conflict spillover.
Even if the dust does in fact settle, most Kurds acknowledge that their bid for independence was at the very least mistimed and misjudged, according to Mansour at Chatham House.
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