verb (used with or without object), mis·judged, mis·judg·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM misjudgemis·judg·er, nounmis·judg·ing·ly, adverbmis·judg·ment; especially British, mis·judge·ment, noun
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Flying at 13,500 feet, the pilot misjudged the airspeed as he closed on a mountain.
It outrages me that even a bourgeois should so meanly misjudge the aspirations of an active revolutionist.Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist|Alexander Berkman
That any one who has read the work with attention to the end could so misjudge it seems incredible.Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIII|John Lord
Indeed, you misjudge Captain Cavendish; he is a good and honorable man, and respects you much.A Changed Heart|May Agnes Fleming
There is no record that Howe took him at his word, but he well might have done so, so completely did he misjudge the situation.The Siege of Boston|Allen French
I know you upbraid us as 'Glippers,' deserters, but as truly as I hope for God's mercy, you misjudge us.The Burgomaster's Wife, Complete|Georg Ebers