Definitions

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

  • noun The act or process of assigning something to a time when it could not have existed or occurred.

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  • verb Present participle of mistime.
  • noun Incorrect timing.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun something located at a time when it could not have existed or occurred

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Examples

  • This "mistiming" may trigger a domino effect and cause further problems with the correct wiring of the brain, they concluded.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • This "mistiming" may trigger a domino effect and cause further problems with the correct wiring of the brain, they concluded.

    BBC - Ouch

  • This "mistiming" may trigger a domino effect and cause further problems with the correct wiring of the brain, they concluded.

    BBC - Ouch

  • This "mistiming" may trigger a domino effect and cause further problems with the correct wiring of the brain, they concluded.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • This "mistiming" may trigger a domino effect and cause further problems with the correct wiring of the brain, they concluded.

    BBC - Ouch

  • This "mistiming" may trigger a domino effect and cause further problems with the correct wiring of the brain, they concluded.

    BBC - Ouch

  • This "mistiming" may trigger a domino effect and cause further problems with the correct wiring of the brain, they concluded.

    BBC - Ouch

  • This "mistiming" may trigger a domino effect and cause further problems with the correct wiring of the brain, they concluded.

    BBC - Ouch

  • It's not uncommon to fail a single element of a level several times over, such as mistiming a jump, overshooting a gap, or jumping early to keep your boing ticking.

    GameSpot's News, Screenshots, Movies, Reviews, Previews, Downloads, and Features

  • It's not uncommon to fail a single element of a level several times over, such as mistiming a jump, overshooting a gap, or jumping early to keep your boing ticking.

    CNET Australia

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