miscount

[ verb mis-kount; noun mis-kount ]

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MISCOUNT

Was there not some miscount, and was it not fifteen instead?

Morgan said in joke that there was a miscount, and that he actually received only ninety-nine blows.

So the two Kentucky officers went ashore, each grumbling to the other about some "miscount."

To one unfamiliar with the score this must always sound as if the horn player had made a miscount and entered at the wrong place.

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