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mistime

[ mis-tahym ]
/ mɪsˈtaɪm /
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verb (used with object), mis·timed, mis·tim·ing.
to time badly; perform, say, propose, etc., at a bad or inappropriate time.
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Origin of mistime

before 1000; Middle English mistimen,Old English mistīmian.See mis-1, time
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British Dictionary definitions for mistime

mistime
/ (ˌmɪsˈtaɪm) /

verb
(tr) to time (an action, utterance, etc) wrongly
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