Did you possibly mean mismatch?
- n. a watch during the night (as from midnight to 8 a.m.)
“In the midwatch of this night he happened to rub shoulders with Pierre Fontaine, none other than head man of Karen Sayther's voyageurs.”
“It was the still midwatch of a clear moonlight night; the stars, he says, were twinkling as fire in the high vault of heaven: and “Cynthia rinsing her golden locks in Aquarius.””
“Coyote had talked to the midwatch TFCC crew and made sure that they all knew the laser incident was strictly hush-hush.”
“Tonight, as I was reciting my midwatch prayers before taking to my bed, a visitor came to my chambers.”
“It was past midwatch now, morning closer than sunset, but the Emissary looked neither tired nor disheveled.”
““Sure you can, or at least you ought to if you got the midwatch.””
“Shell craters brim with rainwater, gleaming in the lights of midwatch work crews clearing debris.”
“The midwatch, two nights after refueling in the Gulf of Oman, and the night after passing the mins of the Pak - istani city, Gwardar: Kurt and Gregor were on the port wing, ostensibly taking star sights.”
“Kurt, exhausted as always after the midwatch, signed the watch over to Brecht and started for his compartment.”
“Zeb and I had the midwatch at the south Palace portal that night.”
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