Examples of misread in a Sentence
I guess I misread the instructions.
They have misread the lessons of the past.
Politicians may have misread the mood of the public.
I badly misread the situation.
Recent Examples of misread from the Web
The information that climate researchers had collected was incomplete and easy to misread.
Team owner Vinnie Viola misread 66-year-old Dale Tallon.
Takada may have also misread the patience of Takata’s biggest lenders.
But the Kentuckian misread the degree to which members of his own conference wanted a seat at the table.
Someone popular in internet video-game circles, who frequently shares messages touting the alt right, woefully misread both the dictionary blog post, and the concept of Milkshake Duck in general.
Now, when a student misreads a rhythm in music notation, McCleary pauses, pointing at the notes with his baton and letting her take her time to read it again, this time more slowly.
Yelich misread the ball off the bat of Tyler Flowers and started back before charging in too late to prevent the ball from dropping in.
Prime Minister Theresa May misread the mood of the country and last week voters punished her for it.
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First Known Use of misread
MISREAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of misread for English Language Learners
: to read (something) incorrectly
: to understand (something) incorrectly
MISREAD Defined for Kids
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