- v. present participle of misroute.
“The problem was quickly attributed to "misrouting," a term that suggests that information took a wrong turn somewhere in the network.”
“The problem was quickly attributed to "misrouting," a term that suggests that ...”
“UPS dropped off a package with apologies for misrouting it to Alaska and then losing it in a warehouse before finally shipping it to me.”
“The circumstances surrounding the misrouting, loss and delays of those messages constitute one of the most incredible failures of communications in the history of the Department of Defense.”
“Recently, Continental Express proved just how dangerous it is by misrouting two children in two days.”
“Fewer bags checked means fewer instances of luggage being left behind because of aircraft weight issues or baggage handlers being overwhelmed with volume and botching flight connections or misrouting suitcases.”
“The misrouting of truck of ice is racking up a hefty bill at taxpayers expense, to the tune of millions of dollarsâ€ ¦”
“Distorting the market may be necessary in some cases government is necessary, but the more you do it, the more you create opportunities for corruption, misrouting of funds and a black market.”
“During our regular code push ... a bug caused some misrouting to a small number of users for a short period of time," said Facebook in a statement regarding the accident.”
“Facebook told digits a code update "caused some misrouting to a small number of users for a short period of time.”
Looking for tweets for misrouting.