miscall


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mis·call

 (mĭs-kôl′)
tr.v. mis·called, mis·call·ing, mis·calls
To call by a wrong name.

miscall

(ˌmɪsˈkɔːl)
vb (tr)
1. to call (someone or something) by the wrong name
2. dialect to abuse or malign
ˌmisˈcaller n

mis•call

(mɪsˈkɔl)

v.t.
to call by a wrong name.
[1400–50]
mis•call′er, n.

miscall


Past participle: miscalled
Gerund: miscalling

Imperative
miscall
miscall
Present
I miscall
you miscall
he/she/it miscalls
we miscall
you miscall
they miscall
Preterite
I miscalled
you miscalled
he/she/it miscalled
we miscalled
you miscalled
they miscalled
Present Continuous
I am miscalling
you are miscalling
he/she/it is miscalling
we are miscalling
you are miscalling
they are miscalling
Present Perfect
I have miscalled
you have miscalled
he/she/it has miscalled
we have miscalled
you have miscalled
they have miscalled
Past Continuous
I was miscalling
you were miscalling
he/she/it was miscalling
we were miscalling
you were miscalling
they were miscalling
Past Perfect
I had miscalled
you had miscalled
he/she/it had miscalled
we had miscalled
you had miscalled
they had miscalled
Future
I will miscall
you will miscall
he/she/it will miscall
we will miscall
you will miscall
they will miscall
Future Perfect
I will have miscalled
you will have miscalled
he/she/it will have miscalled
we will have miscalled
you will have miscalled
they will have miscalled
Future Continuous
I will be miscalling
you will be miscalling
he/she/it will be miscalling
we will be miscalling
you will be miscalling
they will be miscalling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been miscalling
you have been miscalling
he/she/it has been miscalling
we have been miscalling
you have been miscalling
they have been miscalling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been miscalling
you will have been miscalling
he/she/it will have been miscalling
we will have been miscalling
you will have been miscalling
they will have been miscalling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been miscalling
you had been miscalling
he/she/it had been miscalling
we had been miscalling
you had been miscalling
they had been miscalling
Conditional
I would miscall
you would miscall
he/she/it would miscall
we would miscall
you would miscall
they would miscall
Past Conditional
I would have miscalled
you would have miscalled
he/she/it would have miscalled
we would have miscalled
you would have miscalled
they would have miscalled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.miscall - assign in incorrect name to; "These misnamed philanthropists"
call - ascribe a quality to or give a name of a common noun that reflects a quality; "He called me a bastard"; "She called her children lazy and ungrateful"
Translations

miscall

[ˌmɪsˈkɔːl] VTllamar equivocadamente

miscall

vt (Sport) shotfalsch bewerten or aufrufen
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an miscall not the wonderly word, this being the first time under grace and providence of God it hath been granted me to hear it.
Miscall (<<"Intertextuality" is a covering term for all the possible relations that can be established between texts>>, 1992, 44), se distancio bastante del sentido que quiso darle Kristeva cuando lo introdujo en la critica literaria: BARTON, J.
Of course, I have sympathy with [Sri Lanka] - and with Rod," he said of his luck with the no-ball miscall.
Then, at the wall; and ask how's this wall, the great wall, which we call, perhaps miscall, civilisation, to be built by (here the mirrors flickered and flashed) orts, scraps and fragments like ourselves" (135)?
Another casting miscall surfaces when Nick, looking for a play (like "Macbeth") to buy for Olive, latches onto David Shayne (Zach Braff), a boho playwright who thinks he's written a masterpiece and won't have it ruined by philistines like directors and actors.
lt;<Envy and calumny and hate and pain, And that unrest which men miscall delight, Can touch him not and torture not again; From the contagion of the world's slow stain He is secure, and now can never mourn A heart grown cold, a head grown gray in vain; Nor, when the spirit's self has ceased to burn, With sparkles ashes load an unlamented urn>> (78)
He calls the right play when I miscall one,'' Sherbert said with a laugh.
Then at the wall; and ask how's this wall, the great wall, which we call, perhaps miscall, civilization, to be built by orts, scraps and fragments like ourselves?
4) Lardner seems to be asserting that Hurst's miscall was just another of many made over the course of his career.
For every positive variant scored, sequence specific errors (31) including sequences in the homopolymer tracts or repeat regions, and at the beginning or the end of a sequence read, or a high rate of miscall due to a particular secondary structure, are ruled out, followed by confirmation of the positive calls with a repeat analysis or by a second method to verify the variant.
57) For this, the voice does not exonerate itself, but states rather that it also contributes to 'this wall, the great wall, which we call, perhaps miscall, civilization.