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.
Recent Examples of misjudge from the Web
What’s the invisible line between honorable excruciation and misjudged melodrama?
If the robot misjudges a rocket launcher as a broomstick and doesn't fire, the rocket launcher will blow it up.
Pryor's agents completely misjudged the market for the Ohio State product.
If, in fact, your friends had misjudged their situation, the honorable thing would have been to return their generous friends’ money.
Gilbert possibly misjudged Griffin, thinking the general manager would accept almost any deal to remain on the job.
Thurman, then a pitcher for the Carolina Mudcats of the Single-A Carolina League, was on a bus headed to a game in Myrtle Beach, S.C. when the driver misjudged her speed and missed a curve in the road.
Pryor's agents completely misjudged the market for their client.
Other boats can also throw you off course, their wake trails causing you to misjudge a turn or suddenly veer in an unintended direction.
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First Known Use of misjudge
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
Definition of misjudge for Students
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