mispunctuate

mispunctuate

(ˌmɪsˈpʌŋktʃʊeɪt)
vb (tr)
to punctuate erroneously

mispunctuate


Past participle: mispunctuated
Gerund: mispunctuating

Imperative
mispunctuate
mispunctuate
Present
I mispunctuate
you mispunctuate
he/she/it mispunctuates
we mispunctuate
you mispunctuate
they mispunctuate
Preterite
I mispunctuated
you mispunctuated
he/she/it mispunctuated
we mispunctuated
you mispunctuated
they mispunctuated
Present Continuous
I am mispunctuating
you are mispunctuating
he/she/it is mispunctuating
we are mispunctuating
you are mispunctuating
they are mispunctuating
Present Perfect
I have mispunctuated
you have mispunctuated
he/she/it has mispunctuated
we have mispunctuated
you have mispunctuated
they have mispunctuated
Past Continuous
I was mispunctuating
you were mispunctuating
he/she/it was mispunctuating
we were mispunctuating
you were mispunctuating
they were mispunctuating
Past Perfect
I had mispunctuated
you had mispunctuated
he/she/it had mispunctuated
we had mispunctuated
you had mispunctuated
they had mispunctuated
Future
I will mispunctuate
you will mispunctuate
he/she/it will mispunctuate
we will mispunctuate
you will mispunctuate
they will mispunctuate
Future Perfect
I will have mispunctuated
you will have mispunctuated
he/she/it will have mispunctuated
we will have mispunctuated
you will have mispunctuated
they will have mispunctuated
Future Continuous
I will be mispunctuating
you will be mispunctuating
he/she/it will be mispunctuating
we will be mispunctuating
you will be mispunctuating
they will be mispunctuating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been mispunctuating
you have been mispunctuating
he/she/it has been mispunctuating
we have been mispunctuating
you have been mispunctuating
they have been mispunctuating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been mispunctuating
you will have been mispunctuating
he/she/it will have been mispunctuating
we will have been mispunctuating
you will have been mispunctuating
they will have been mispunctuating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been mispunctuating
you had been mispunctuating
he/she/it had been mispunctuating
we had been mispunctuating
you had been mispunctuating
they had been mispunctuating
Conditional
I would mispunctuate
you would mispunctuate
he/she/it would mispunctuate
we would mispunctuate
you would mispunctuate
they would mispunctuate
Past Conditional
I would have mispunctuated
you would have mispunctuated
he/she/it would have mispunctuated
we would have mispunctuated
you would have mispunctuated
they would have mispunctuated
References in periodicals archive ?
(Would any author mispunctuate a text on purpose?) These texts were sent out into the world fully sanctioned by their authors or by an editor or a printer, we assume--an assumption that makes us wonder what rules or sensibilities governed their punctuation.
When John Henry Newman wrote "Lead, Kindly Light" at sea on June 16 1833, he didn't mispunctuate, intending "Lead Kindly, Light".
The writer who neglects punctuation, or mispunctuates, is liable to be misunderstood for the want of merely a comma ...--Edgar Allan Poe
Probably quoting from memory, Byron omits Young's emphasis, in italics on "one" and the first "thrice." He also mispunctuates the passage, substituting a comma for Young's semi-colon in line 213 and omitting a comma after the first "thrice" in line 214.
Hou Han shu (Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 1962), 26.908 mispunctuates the relevant passage; it should read: [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED], 2: Li Rong [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED] should be corrected to [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED!.