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misnumber

(ˌmɪsˈnʌmbə)
vb (tr)
to number incorrectly
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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
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
References in periodicals archive ?
Even the elevator itself must have chuckled at the misnumbering of the elevator buttons.
However, it can be seen that the original misnumbering of the meridians from 100[degrees]E to 180[degrees]E occurred in this first state and was not corrected when the map was reissued in 1649 with Visscher's authority in place of Hondius'.
See Appendices 1.M and 2 and discussion below.) Another apparent lacuna between two quires is merely the scribe's misnumbering of chapters: the numeral on folio 102r should be CCXXIIII (224) but could be read as CCXXVIII (228), and the following chapter (which happens to begin in a new quire) on folio 103r has been numbered CCXXIX (229) by mistake.
The only unfortunate result of this misnumbering is that we never learn who actually coined that wise phrase: "The place of childhood provides the seal of identity."
Title and editor changes could be identified, and confusing numbering and misnumbering accounted for.
Some other technical difficulties that should be noted include the incomplete formatting of [section]1.3 (12-21), in which the play titles are missing; the misnumbering of N-Town 41 and 42 (135-36); the lack of clef information for the liturgical settings of Chester 18/153+sd (279); and the mysterious disappearance of all footnote references on pages 208-17.
150), as if "modal" were not subsumed within the larger category of "diatonic" - as is "tonal," the contextually correct correlative; he confuses harmonic with overtone, which results in the repeated misnumbering of the second harmonic as "the first harmonic" (pp.
The 1671 edition retains the added 'External' in its title and follows the same signature set-up as the second, including even the misnumbering 'lxv' for 'xlv' in the Preface.