Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An erroneous or false reckoning.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun An erroneous computation.

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  • verb Present participle of misreckon.

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  • noun a mistake in calculating

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Examples

  • Of course, we can only assume that the sirens and squeals that were emitted due to his misreckoning were immensely louder than the prior hum, but some folks just love to learn the hard way.

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  • Of course, we can only assume that the sirens and squeals that were emitted due to his misreckoning were immensely louder than the prior hum, but some folks just love to learn the hard way.

    A case of bad, bad design

  • For consequences of words are not the signs of his will, when other consequences are signs of the contrary; but rather signs of error and misreckoning, to which all mankind is too prone.

    Leviathan

  • It would always be difficult to know, in the weeks and months to come, if what happened next was of genuine consequence, a crucial misreckoning, or if in his attempt to counsel the boy he had merely been clumsy in his choice of tactic: clumsiness could sometimes be overscrutinized, raised to the scale of consequence.

    Heaven Lake

  • It would always be difficult to know, in the weeks and months to come, if what happened next was of genuine consequence, a crucial misreckoning, or if in his attempt to counsel the boy he had merely been clumsy in his choice of tactic: clumsiness could sometimes be overscrutinized, raised to the scale of consequence.

    Heaven Lake

  • It would always be difficult to know, in the weeks and months to come, if what happened next was of genuine consequence, a crucial misreckoning, or if in his attempt to counsel the boy he had merely been clumsy in his choice of tactic: clumsiness could sometimes be overscrutinized, raised to the scale of consequence.

    Heaven Lake

  • It would always be difficult to know, in the weeks and months to come, if what happened next was of genuine consequence, a crucial misreckoning, or if in his attempt to counsel the boy he had merely been clumsy in his choice of tactic: clumsiness could sometimes be overscrutinized, raised to the scale of consequence.

    Heaven Lake

  • It would always be difficult to know, in the weeks and months to come, if what happened next was of genuine consequence, a crucial misreckoning, or if in his attempt to counsel the boy he had merely been clumsy in his choice of tactic: clumsiness could sometimes be overscrutinized, raised to the scale of consequence.

    Heaven Lake

  • It would always be difficult to know, in the weeks and months to come, if what happened next was of genuine consequence, a crucial misreckoning, or if in his attempt to counsel the boy he had merely been clumsy in his choice of tactic: clumsiness could sometimes be overscrutinized, raised to the scale of consequence.

    Heaven Lake

  • We came to, Hayti upon the southern side, and because of some misreckoning failed of knowing that it was Hayti, until an Indian in a canoe below us, called loudly "El Almirante!"

    1492,

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