misjudge


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

Synonyms for misjudge

miscalculate

Synonyms

Synonyms for misjudge

to make a mistake in judging

Synonyms

to calculate wrongly

Words related to misjudge

References in periodicals archive ?
You don't have to misjudge things around here much to make mistakes but I've been misjudging things all week.
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.
At the so-called Olympics of Oratory, it doesn't pay to misjudge one's environment, and as his eloquent counterparts grabbed their mics, Miller knew he'd need an extra edge.
CorePROTECT, a data security specialist, estimates that 40% of businesses misjudge the bottom line impact of a computer losing its data and settings.
6 million people, or ten per cent of British savers and investors, misjudge their attitude to risk and may need to take a less cautious approach if they want to achieve their long-term objectives.
But if service providers misjudge consumer interest in these services, the financial consequences could be enormous.
Another report from online bank Egg found most of us misjudge monthly outgoings by a third - meaning we think we have pounds 300 extra.
It would have been easy to misjudge the nature of the evening.
A STREET entertainer in Paris badly misjudges the amount of petrol he needs for his fire-eating stunt.