miscast(redirected from miscasting)
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tr.v. mis·cast, mis·cast·ing, mis·casts
1. To cast in an unsuitable role.
2. To cast (a role, play, or film) inappropriately.
vb (tr) , -casts, -casting or -cast
1. to cast badly
2. (Film) (often passive)
a. to cast (a role or the roles) in (a play, film, etc) inappropriately: Falstaff was certainly miscast.
b. to assign an inappropriate role to: he was miscast as Othello.
1. to cast (an actor) in an unsuitable role.
2. to cast (a play, film, etc.) inappropriately.
Past participle: miscast