misnumber

Related to misnumber: entreated

misnumber

(ˌmɪsˈnʌmbə)
vb (tr)
to number incorrectly

misnumber


Past participle: misnumbered
Gerund: misnumbering

Imperative
misnumber
misnumber
Present
I misnumber
you misnumber
he/she/it misnumbers
we misnumber
you misnumber
they misnumber
Preterite
I misnumbered
you misnumbered
he/she/it misnumbered
we misnumbered
you misnumbered
they misnumbered
Present Continuous
I am misnumbering
you are misnumbering
he/she/it is misnumbering
we are misnumbering
you are misnumbering
they are misnumbering
Present Perfect
I have misnumbered
you have misnumbered
he/she/it has misnumbered
we have misnumbered
you have misnumbered
they have misnumbered
Past Continuous
I was misnumbering
you were misnumbering
he/she/it was misnumbering
we were misnumbering
you were misnumbering
they were misnumbering
Past Perfect
I had misnumbered
you had misnumbered
he/she/it had misnumbered
we had misnumbered
you had misnumbered
they had misnumbered
Future
I will misnumber
you will misnumber
he/she/it will misnumber
we will misnumber
you will misnumber
they will misnumber
Future Perfect
I will have misnumbered
you will have misnumbered
he/she/it will have misnumbered
we will have misnumbered
you will have misnumbered
they will have misnumbered
Future Continuous
I will be misnumbering
you will be misnumbering
he/she/it will be misnumbering
we will be misnumbering
you will be misnumbering
they will be misnumbering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been misnumbering
you have been misnumbering
he/she/it has been misnumbering
we have been misnumbering
you have been misnumbering
they have been misnumbering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been misnumbering
you will have been misnumbering
he/she/it will have been misnumbering
we will have been misnumbering
you will have been misnumbering
they will have been misnumbering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been misnumbering
you had been misnumbering
he/she/it had been misnumbering
we had been misnumbering
you had been misnumbering
they had been misnumbering
Conditional
I would misnumber
you would misnumber
he/she/it would misnumber
we would misnumber
you would misnumber
they would misnumber
Past Conditional
I would have misnumbered
you would have misnumbered
he/she/it would have misnumbered
we would have misnumbered
you would have misnumbered
they would have misnumbered
References in periodicals archive ?
Or it's another PoMo trick, as are the deliberately misnumbered or missing sections My favorite expository passage in Insurrecto describes, and possesses, Chiara's mother Virginie: "When she wakes up, her hand is still on her body, a warmth pervades her in the hotel in Hong Kong, despite the ice.
All subsequent quotations from Wilkins's Mercury come from the 1694 edition, as I wanted to avoid the confusion which might be caused by the misnumbered pages of the first edition.
103, the transliterated lines are 32-34, not 31-33 as stated; Lacheman misnumbered the lines in his published copy.
Yet in The Garden of Eden manuscript, the page before David destroys the passage from the honeymoon narrative is misnumbered, and the onion-skin pencil holograph has been sliced in two with scissors.
Lawrence misnumbers the MS here, creating two "page 9 s).
While the author is able to corroborate this claim with suitable examples, his examples of misspellings, misnumbered pages, or word-order issues--interesting as they may be in themselves--fall outside "[o]ther cases of economy in language use" (ch.
(50.) Herbert Sutcliffe, "The Purpose of Radiant Living," Radiant Living, misnumbered 21, no.
If Chicago newspaper readers have noticed an absentmindedness in their favorite daily--a bad photo caption, perhaps, or a misnumbered jump page--it may be that worker bees in the city rooms are distracted over who is in charge.
To be sure, there are very few technical errors in the work--some minor typos, the notes to chapter eight are misnumbered, Matthew Lewis is misnamed "Mark" (225 n38)--so I don't doubt that there was a thorough checking before publication.
References were misnumbered in the Appendix Table of the article Mycobacterium lentiflavum in Drinking Water Supplies, Australia (H.M.
(72) 'Miss Frost's 1000th Recital' in Congregationalist XXIX [the volumes are misnumbered, and this should be v.XXXIII], n.12, 1 Dec 1940, 5.
Evidence for this claim includes the fact that all of the section headings are missing in chapters 6, 7, 8, 10 and 12 (added to which, the third section in chapter 7 is misnumbered 6.3); and that the text includes references to Isiah (sic) Berlin, Gottfreid (sic) Haberler (both repeated in the Index), and Budhist (sic) sculptures, and Dainard (sic) jars, and The New Mercantalism (sic), and 'the acceleration principle and general', and mise-ducation (sic), and eve-ryone (sic), and disap-pointing (sic); and that in the description of equation (1) a miscreant [L.sub.L] masquerades as [L.sub.c]; and that James Meade is labelled both a socialist (p.