verb (used with object), mis·cued, mis·cu·ing.
Definition for miscue (2 of 2)
verb (used without object), mis·cued, mis·cu·ing.
Examples from the Web for miscue
“C.,” who was painfully conscious that he might have made a miscue in the matter of the quotation, answered sharply.Cap'n Warren's Wards|Joseph C. Lincoln
It hurts her more than anything to make a miscue on the charitable side.The Helpers|Francis Lynde
Who originated this scheme of revising the Bible we do not know, but whoever it was made a miscue.Peck's Sunshine|George W. Peck
The miscue he made was to flash his Fortune in the Family Circle.Ade's Fables|George Ade
It remained, though, not to muddle by any slip or miscue what Providence had vouchsafed.Ladies and Gentlemen |Irvin S. (Irvin Shrewsbury) Cobb