misprogram

verb
mis·pro·gram | \ ˌmis-ˈprō-ˌgram , -grəm \
misprogrammed or misprogramed; misprogramming or misprograming

Definition of misprogram 

transitive verb

: to program (something, such as a machine) incorrectly Apparently the sender had meant to broadcast the message to different recipients but had misprogrammed the [fax] machine. —Peter H. Lewis If you don't also learn to master the negative ego, it will not only misprogram your thinking, it will misprogram all your feelings and emotions … —Joshua David Stone

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1959, in the meaning defined above

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