miscopy

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mis·cop·y

 (mĭs-kŏp′ē)
tr.v. mis·cop·ied, mis·cop·y·ing, mis·cop·ies
To copy incorrectly.
n. (mĭs′kŏp′ē)
An incorrect copy.

miscopy

(ˌmɪsˈkɒpɪ)
n, pl -pies
a mistake in copying
vb (tr) , -pies, -pying or -pied
to copy wrongly or badly

miscopy


Past participle: miscopied
Gerund: miscopying

Imperative
miscopy
miscopy
Present
I miscopy
you miscopy
he/she/it miscopies
we miscopy
you miscopy
they miscopy
Preterite
I miscopied
you miscopied
he/she/it miscopied
we miscopied
you miscopied
they miscopied
Present Continuous
I am miscopying
you are miscopying
he/she/it is miscopying
we are miscopying
you are miscopying
they are miscopying
Present Perfect
I have miscopied
you have miscopied
he/she/it has miscopied
we have miscopied
you have miscopied
they have miscopied
Past Continuous
I was miscopying
you were miscopying
he/she/it was miscopying
we were miscopying
you were miscopying
they were miscopying
Past Perfect
I had miscopied
you had miscopied
he/she/it had miscopied
we had miscopied
you had miscopied
they had miscopied
Future
I will miscopy
you will miscopy
he/she/it will miscopy
we will miscopy
you will miscopy
they will miscopy
Future Perfect
I will have miscopied
you will have miscopied
he/she/it will have miscopied
we will have miscopied
you will have miscopied
they will have miscopied
Future Continuous
I will be miscopying
you will be miscopying
he/she/it will be miscopying
we will be miscopying
you will be miscopying
they will be miscopying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been miscopying
you have been miscopying
he/she/it has been miscopying
we have been miscopying
you have been miscopying
they have been miscopying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been miscopying
you will have been miscopying
he/she/it will have been miscopying
we will have been miscopying
you will have been miscopying
they will have been miscopying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been miscopying
you had been miscopying
he/she/it had been miscopying
we had been miscopying
you had been miscopying
they had been miscopying
Conditional
I would miscopy
you would miscopy
he/she/it would miscopy
we would miscopy
you would miscopy
they would miscopy
Past Conditional
I would have miscopied
you would have miscopied
he/she/it would have miscopied
we would have miscopied
you would have miscopied
they would have miscopied
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Back home, Birch kept thinking of Shoffner but feared he had miscopied her email address.
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by mistranslated, miscopied documents--absolutely not acceptable in the
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