transitive + intransitive
: to kick in a faulty manner
: to kick wrongly
- … when the ball is knocked into the box seven minutes from time, he miskicks so violently that he falls over …
- —Nick Hornby
- One minute later, Italy's Cristian Zaccardo tried to clear a United States free kick and miskicked the ball into the Italian goal.
- —Jere Longman
We got off to a slow start and had a lot of miskicks and missed shots.