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mistitle

(ˌmɪsˈtaɪtəl)
vb (tr)
to call by the wrong name or title

mistitle


Past participle: mistitled
Gerund: mistitling

Imperative
mistitle
mistitle
Present
I mistitle
you mistitle
he/she/it mistitles
we mistitle
you mistitle
they mistitle
Preterite
I mistitled
you mistitled
he/she/it mistitled
we mistitled
you mistitled
they mistitled
Present Continuous
I am mistitling
you are mistitling
he/she/it is mistitling
we are mistitling
you are mistitling
they are mistitling
Present Perfect
I have mistitled
you have mistitled
he/she/it has mistitled
we have mistitled
you have mistitled
they have mistitled
Past Continuous
I was mistitling
you were mistitling
he/she/it was mistitling
we were mistitling
you were mistitling
they were mistitling
Past Perfect
I had mistitled
you had mistitled
he/she/it had mistitled
we had mistitled
you had mistitled
they had mistitled
Future
I will mistitle
you will mistitle
he/she/it will mistitle
we will mistitle
you will mistitle
they will mistitle
Future Perfect
I will have mistitled
you will have mistitled
he/she/it will have mistitled
we will have mistitled
you will have mistitled
they will have mistitled
Future Continuous
I will be mistitling
you will be mistitling
he/she/it will be mistitling
we will be mistitling
you will be mistitling
they will be mistitling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been mistitling
you have been mistitling
he/she/it has been mistitling
we have been mistitling
you have been mistitling
they have been mistitling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been mistitling
you will have been mistitling
he/she/it will have been mistitling
we will have been mistitling
you will have been mistitling
they will have been mistitling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been mistitling
you had been mistitling
he/she/it had been mistitling
we had been mistitling
you had been mistitling
they had been mistitling
Conditional
I would mistitle
you would mistitle
he/she/it would mistitle
we would mistitle
you would mistitle
they would mistitle
Past Conditional
I would have mistitled
you would have mistitled
he/she/it would have mistitled
we would have mistitled
you would have mistitled
they would have mistitled
References in periodicals archive ?
Lastly, in the reviewer's opinion, the book is somewhat mistitled.
Marianne Bastid-Bruguiere's, "France's Deluded Quest for Allies: Safeguarding Territorial Sovereignty and the Balance of Power in East Asia, 1931-1945," is the first chapter of the collection and is slightly mistitled.
Chapter 4, "Collections Development and Management," is somewhat mistitled, since it primarily focuses on preservation practices and the difficulties in prioritizing what to preserve and various "how to" approaches for both physical and digital materials.
In my view this book is mistitled and should focus exclusively on the US, as the current sprinkling of contributions from other countries detract from the main body of work.
And John's chapter in Caribbean Dance from Abakua to Zouk: How Movement Shapes Identity, a book I edited in 2005, is mistitled "Cuban Modern Dance" when it is actually called "The Tecnica Cubana.
Hercules: The Legend Begins) which came out in February, the Hercules being reviewed here -- the most expensive and ambitious of the bunch -- and the cheapo Hercules Reborn, about which I know nothing except that it stars WWE star John Hennigan and seems curiously mistitled.
It takes 90 minutes for Dinesh D'Souza's rambling, mistitled "America: Imagine the World Without Her'' to get to its real point.
19) Similarly, in the egregiously mistitled sermon "The Poor Man's Hope," John Gore acknowledges in passing that he "dare not [say] common beggars .
Lord Home--strangely emerging doubly mistitled on p.
See the mistitled "Endless Assembly Lines and Giant Cafeterias; Inside China's Vast Factories," <http:// www.
Leopoldian profits extorted from the mistitled Congo Free State funded the construction of the vast Musee du Congo Beige (now Africa Museum) in Tervuren, just outside of Brussels; a number of smaller local museums featured colonial exhibits.
Paul Flynn writes: "That this House notes that the ludicrously mistitled Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Bill was conceived in fear, drafted in haste and malice and presented with incompetence; observes the bill's failure to reform 95 per cent of lobbying excesses while gratuitously and vindictively imposing unnecessary bureaucratic costs on charities and trade unions; and believes that this bill will be recognised as the signature policy of the ineptocracy created by the coalition government.