misjudge


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miscalculate

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Synonyms for misjudge

to make a mistake in judging

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to calculate wrongly

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He was, like everybody else, in a conspiracy to neglect and misjudge me.
Kim warned that the US should not misjudge the reality that its mainland and operations in the Pacific region are in North Korea's "sighting range for strike and that it has all powerful means for retaliatory strike," according to the report.
Speed is a definite factor for me because if I don't have a chance of ranging a deer and have to estimate the distance myself, I'll have a little more room to misjudge and still hit the vitals.
If you think deep down she might have a valid point (maybe you did jump to a wrong conclusion or misjudge her), you might say, "Let me think about it, and let's talk again tomorrow when we've calmed down.
They may, however, still misjudge a contestant despite their professional expertise.
It can be so easy to misjudge the speed of an oncoming train.
Inclined to misjudge the odd fence, but every chance with a clear round.
We misjudge people's skills on one hand and write very difficult materials on the other hand, not thinking about how people need to use the materials.