Definition of misorder
(Entry 1 of 2)
1 : to arrange or order incorrectly … a photo caption accompanying an article about the TV show "Duck Dynasty" misordered the names of the Robertson family members pictured. — The Los Angeles Times
2 : to mistakenly or incorrectly place an order for (something, such as a product) Many retailers have items such as appliances and plumbing fixtures that they sell at sizable discounts because they are slightly blemished, have minor scratches or are in the store because someone misordered them.— Paul Bianchina
3 : to put in disorder or confusion (as through mismanagement) … as also to see the difference of things confounded or misordered by the ignorance of corruption …— Francis Rous
Definition of misorder (Entry 2 of 2)
1 : an incorrect or mistaken order … the total number of customers actually affected by the misorders was only about 5,000.— Lori Santos
2 old-fashioned : bad or disorderly conduct Never foreign power could yet hurt, or in any part prevail in this realm, but by disobedience and misorder within ourselves.— Edmund Bonner
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