- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of miscalculate.
“Who among us never misspells a word, miscalculates a tip, or forgets the boiling point of water?”
“However, even with Reed at her side (and her bed), she miscalculates as she learns the deadly way that she is the goal of a BLOOD SPORT contest between predators.”
“She's a triangulator and it's pretty ugly when she miscalculates.”
“If Obama miscalculates, he could truly crash the stock market and drive the economy into depression.”
“He miscalculates, however, and annihilates everything in the Holy Land, Israeli and Palestinian alike, except for the three things that even nuclear holocaust cannot eradicate -- cockroaches, Qassams, and settlement outposts.”
“Through the praxis of the prisoner's dilemma, players who fail to account for the cost/benefit of all agents affected by the transaction will potentially defect; i.e., opt out of treatment that would otherwise be beneficial to both the recipient and society because he miscalculates how much treatment is worth to all parties involved.”
“Put it all together, and you get: A time traveler miscalculates his landing place, falls past some phone poles on his way to being impaled on the Eiffel tower on a windy day!”
“She whispers an apology to her son, assuring him that mama is not a killer, but miscalculates…”
“Back on the rooftop, Swordsman leaps down for a killing blow on the Spider, but miscalculates, having never fought Doctor Octopus.”
“If the administration miscalculates and there is a rent in the fabric of the political and social fabric, a heavy handed attempt to put it down could result in a front being opened up on American soil in a way never seen before in our history.”
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