verb (used with or without object), mis·cal·cu·lat·ed, mis·cal·cu·lat·ing.
Related formsmis·cal·cu·la·tion, nounmis·cal·cu·la·tor, noun
Examples from the Web for miscalculate
And it might even cause Georgians to miscalculate American military support against Russia and foolishly provoke Moscow.
Did you miscalculate the danger, or was it something that could not be helped?The Pioneer Boys of the Columbia|Harrison Adams
Again, the horse may miscalculate the distance and run into the object, perhaps seriously hurting himself and his rider.
Sometimes, however, they miscalculate the extent of their power.The Evolution of Modern Capitalism|John Atkinson Hobson
He may miscalculate his power and come in contact with a rail which withstands his weight, when a fall will ensue.
You miscalculate matters widely, when you forbid my waiting on you, lest it should hurt my worldly concerns.The Letters of Robert Burns|Robert Burns