from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Incorrectly aligned.
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- adj. Out of alignment.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of misalign.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Aligned improperly; not correctly aligned.
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One of my ribs got misaligned from the 4th round on Tuesday.
Most sporting goods store folks have never heard of those tools either and will slap your new scope on your rifle and crank 'er down in misaligned rings and call it good.
- Force the administration to officially red-flag nations whose currencies are undervalued for long periods with the term "fundamentally misaligned currency."
- Force the administration to officially red flag nations whose currencies are undervalued for long periods with the term "fundamentally misaligned currency."
It's the bad camera angle that make it look misaligned, which is what I mean by needing cameras that look directly from home plate to those foupl poles.
One told Dow Jones Newswires that the yen's levels against the dollar weren't "misaligned" yet.
These little "misaligned" slips can sneak in when you're fiddling with text.
It's already known that pacifier use or thumb-sucking beyond age 2 can alter the shape of a child's mouth, leading to dental problems such as misaligned teeth, overbite and malformed dental arches.
IlluxCon2 commission : "misaligned" or "Hey -it's a dress with faces on it!"
Wright praised Cotton's work with the Coalition Against Counterfeiting and Piracy, work that drew criticism after Cotton suggested that US law enforcement resources were "misaligned" and that too much energy and money was spent stopping burglaries and bank robberies and not enough spent on piracy prevention.