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
There’s something extraordinarily sad about forcing yourself to be compliant incase it’s misread as contempt.
According to the lawsuits and state medical boards, Riseman: Sliced into one patient’s bile duct and misread another’s breast biopsy.
Due to the one employee improperly reading meters, a survey of 3,000 customers has thus far found at least 350 meters were misread in Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Peñasquitos, Mira Mesa, Carmel Valley and La Jolla.
But by claiming the Marlins were unfixable this offseason, Jeter seems to be either covering for himself or misreading the amount of talent that was on his roster in an increasingly feast-or-famine league.
The day after the verdicts, the jury foreman told the Journal Sentinel there was never any confusion, that the jury intended to reject Popp's insanity defense all along, and that perhaps the judge and lawyers just misread the original verdict form.
If even Washington was misreading events, the confusion in Pyongyang must have been far greater.
If the prosthesis still somehow misreads the situation, the initial lurch of the user falling should activate its stumble-recovery mode.
Trump badly misread the blocking that unfolded in the new year.
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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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