mismake

mismake

(ˌmɪsˈmeɪk)
vb (tr) , -makes, -making or -made
to make badly
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But the method may mismake the normal TCP flow for the attack stream which let the method have high wrong alarm [9].
Beckett's self-proclaimed distinction from Joyce is here cited in order to distinguish a language that invigorates and creates from one that mismakes. The latter neither embraces life nor communicates experience.