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miscounted

See definition of miscounted on Dictionary.com
  • as inmiscalculate
  • as inmistake
  • as inmisestimate
  • as inmisreckon

synonyms for miscounted

  • err
  • misconstrue
  • misinterpret
  • misjudge
  • misread
  • misunderstand
  • overestimate
  • overrate
  • overvalue
  • underestimate
  • undervalue
  • blow
  • blunder
  • discount
  • disregard
  • miscount
  • overlook
  • stumble
  • underrate
  • drop the ball
  • get signals crossed
  • get wrong
  • go wrong
  • mess up
  • misreckon
  • miss by a mile
  • mix up
  • slip up

antonyms for miscounted

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  • get
  • perceive
  • understand
  • attend
  • pay attention
  • regard
  • respect
  • succeed
  • understand
  • accomplish
  • achieve
  • clear up
  • correct
  • do well
  • fix
  • succeed
  • be sure
  • comprehend
  • interpret
  • perceive
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    How to use miscounted in a sentence

    Those who are not initiated into this secret of the score, must ever think the horn-player had miscounted, and made a wrong entry.
    LIFE OF BEETHOVENANTON SCHINDLER
    The people in the lobby were miscounted, and they thought they had 303.
    THE GREVILLE MEMOIRSCHARLES C. F. GREVILLE
    Maisie hurried up to assure herself that Dick had not miscounted the tale.
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    Reckon again, child,” said the father very deliberately; “perhaps you have miscounted.
    THE GREAT NORTH ROAD: YORK TO EDINBURGHCHARLES G. HARPER
    You could not have so miscounted time, with such a deed to date by.
    HOME INFLUENCEGRACE AGUILAR
    If he made a single mistake, miscounted by a minute, the expedition to Junior would end not only in failure, but in tragedy.
    DANGER IN DEEP SPACECAREY ROCKWELL
    She had only miscounted her money, as many a woman has done before, Madge had contended.
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