verb (used with object), mis·cued, mis·cu·ing.
- miscue analysis,
Origin of miscue1
verb (used without object), mis·cued, mis·cu·ing.
Origin of miscue2
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