Antonyms for miscounted

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The people in the lobby were miscounted, and they thought they had 303.

You could not have so miscounted time, with such a deed to date by.

Maisie hurried up to assure herself that Dick had not miscounted the tale.

Reckon again, child,” said the father very deliberately; “perhaps you have miscounted.

Those who are not initiated into this secret of the score, must ever think the horn-player had miscounted, and made a wrong entry.

If he made a single mistake, miscounted by a minute, the expedition to Junior would end not only in failure, but in tragedy.

She had only miscounted her money, as many a woman has done before, Madge had contended.