verb (used with object)

to give a wrong color to.
to misrepresent: She miscolored the facts.

Nearby words

  1. mischievous,
  2. mischoose,
  3. miscible,
  4. miscite,
  5. miscode,
  6. miscommunicate,
  7. miscommunication,
  8. misconceive,
  9. misconceived,
  10. misconception

Origin of miscolor

First recorded in 1800–10; mis-1 + color

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Examples from the Web for miscolored

  • You and Agnes only laughed when I miscolored them, but Mrs. Blodgett was really nettled.

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