mis·judge / ˌmisˈjəj/ • v. [tr.] form a wrong opinion or conclusion about: we misjudged the size of the surf. ∎ make an incorrect estimation or assessment of: the horse misjudged the fence and Mrs. Weaver was thrown off. DERIVATIVES: mis·judg·ment (also mis·judge·ment) n.
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