mischoice

mischoice

(ˈmɪsˌtʃɔɪs)
n
a bad or wrong choice
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The Prince's mischoice relieves Portia from what she sees as the unpleasant, if not repellent, prospect of maintaining the bloodline of a Moroccan prince.
I have argued that the Prince of Morocco's ethnically oriented casket trial situates itself within the political, cultural, and racial discourse of the age, and that his mischoice and subsequent elimination expose England's cultural and racial incompatibility with Morocco.
If each of them stood in a one-to-one personal relationship with Silk, it is less likely that they would have been hostile toward him for an understandable mischoice of word.
The treacherous choice of book underscores an even greater mischoice of "memory as metaphorical singer.