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mischoose

[ mis-chooz ]
/ mɪsˈtʃuz /
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verb (used without object), mis·chose; mis·cho·sen or (Obsolete) mis·chose; mis·choos·ing.

to make a wrong or improper choice.

verb (used with object), mis·chose; mis·cho·sen or (Obsolete) mis·chose; mis·choos·ing.

to choose wrongly or improperly.

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Origin of mischoose

1200–50; mis-1 + choose; replacing Middle English mischesen
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