transitive + intransitive
: to reckon wrongly
: to make an incorrect estimate, judgment, or calculation
- … I realized with a pang of dismay that I had misreckoned the time while I lay in the utter darkness of my cell.
- —Edgar Rice Burroughs
- Yet in this sending of me to the Tower, these dogs who design it misreckon foully.
- —W. Outram Tristram
… I have learned to accept my responsibility and to forgive myself first, then to apologize to anyone injured by my misreckoning.