verb (used with object), mis·cued, mis·cu·ing.
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Definition for miscue (2 of 2)
verb (used without object), mis·cued, mis·cu·ing.
Example sentences from the Web for miscue
It might be even more impressive that, in both cases, he has immediately followed those miscues with birdies.With confidence and calm, Hideki Matsuyama ends Japan’s long wait for a Masters title|Chuck Culpepper, Scott Allen, Des Bieler|April 11, 2021|Washington Post
By attempting a return, teams risk more miscues near their own end zone for little upside.Why Are We Still Returning Kicks In College Football?|Jake Lourim|December 11, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
With each miscue the production has been relaunched, each time in the hope that it can dispel the previous bad reviews.
“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
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
It hurts her more than anything to make a miscue on the charitable side.The Helpers|Francis Lynde
You're no inventor, but you're always pretty handy in telling me where I make a miscue in my machines.Motor Matt; or, The King of the Wheel|Stanley R. Matthews
This effort is ruined by an appalling miscue which affects the new cloth.