verb (used without object), mis·thought, mis·think·ing.
to think incorrectly or unfavorably.
verb (used with object), mis·thought, mis·think·ing.
to think unfavorably or ill of.
Origin of misthink
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Related Words for misthoughtoverrate, miscalculate, misconstrue, misunderstand, underestimate, overestimate, err, prejudge, misconceive, suppose, underrate, presume, presuppose, stumble, misapprehend, mistake, dogmatize, misreckon, misconjecture, misdeem
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Historical Examples of misthought
I ha' misthought and miscalled ye foully many a time, and many a time.Master Skylark
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