mishit

mis·hit

 (mĭs-hĭt′)
tr.v. mis·hit, mis·hit·ting, mis·hits
To hit (a tennis or cricket ball, for example) incorrectly or badly.

mis′hit′ n.

mishit

n
(General Sporting Terms) a faulty shot or stroke
vb (tr) , -hits, -hitting or -hit
(General Sporting Terms) to hit (a ball) with a faulty stroke

mis•hit

(v. mɪsˈhɪt; n. ˈmɪsˌhɪt)

v. -hit, -hit•ting,
n. v.t.
1. to hit badly, as a ball in tennis or cricket.
n.
2. a bad hit.
[1880–85]

mishit


Past participle: mishit
Gerund: mishitting

Imperative
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Present
I mishit
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he/she/it mishits
we mishit
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Preterite
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he/she/it mishit
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they mishit
Present Continuous
I am mishitting
you are mishitting
he/she/it is mishitting
we are mishitting
you are mishitting
they are mishitting
Present Perfect
I have mishit
you have mishit
he/she/it has mishit
we have mishit
you have mishit
they have mishit
Past Continuous
I was mishitting
you were mishitting
he/she/it was mishitting
we were mishitting
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they were mishitting
Past Perfect
I had mishit
you had mishit
he/she/it had mishit
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you had mishit
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Future
I will mishit
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Future Perfect
I will have mishit
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Future Continuous
I will be mishitting
you will be mishitting
he/she/it will be mishitting
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you will be mishitting
they will be mishitting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been mishitting
you have been mishitting
he/she/it has been mishitting
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you have been mishitting
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been mishitting
you will have been mishitting
he/she/it will have been mishitting
we will have been mishitting
you will have been mishitting
they will have been mishitting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been mishitting
you had been mishitting
he/she/it had been mishitting
we had been mishitting
you had been mishitting
they had been mishitting
Conditional
I would mishit
you would mishit
he/she/it would mishit
we would mishit
you would mishit
they would mishit
Past Conditional
I would have mishit
you would have mishit
he/she/it would have mishit
we would have mishit
you would have mishit
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Translations

mishit

A. [ˈmɪshɪt] Ngolpe m defectuoso
B. [ˌmɪsˈhɪt] VTgolpear mal
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And when Lowry mishit his recovery from a fairway bunker on the fifth and did well to salvage a bogey, the gap was down to a single stroke.
Berwick scored after only 24 seconds through Blair Henderson, when he forced home a mishit shot from team-mate Michael McKenna inside the box.
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Watson served for the match only for Williams to sneak home, leaving the 23-year-old Briton to admit she will replay one mishit backhand endlessly in her mind.
The striker lobbed keeper David Hutton in 64 minutes after Chris Aitken's mishit shot deflected off Martyn Campbell and fell to him.
Ivan Rakitic opened the scoring for the visitors as he profited from a mishit Suarez shot before half-time and Suarez himself then prodded in the second just after the break.
Especially as one of them went to goal-shy front man Clayton Donaldson who broke a six-game scoreless run with a sharp finish to Stephen Gleeson's mishit shot.
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The general rule should be: if a bowler is good enough to entice a mishit, the ball should stay within the field of play.