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mis·reck·on

 (mĭs-rĕk′ən)
v. mis·reck·oned, mis·reck·on·ing, mis·reck·ons
v.tr.
To reckon incorrectly; miscalculate.
v.intr.
To engage in incorrect reckoning or miscalculation.

mis·reck′on·ing n.

misreckon

(ˌmɪsˈrɛkən)
vb (tr)
to reckon or calculate wrongly
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misreckon

verb
To calculate wrongly:
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When Kantos Kan told me, I realized with a pang of dismay that I had misreckoned the time while I lay in the utter darkness of my cell.
The size of the "elephant" was hopelessly misreckoned. No shots of the thousands stretched along a good quarter of a mile of one of the capital's main thoroughfares nor--but this for another reason--any close-up images or sound bites of the vociferous counter-demonstrators the previous night, when the Nigerian bishop led us out of St.
And though something like this has frequently been remarked, what is essential in the basic stress and emphasis of the novel has just as frequently been misreckoned, no doubt largely because the book has so consistently been construed as having an import related exclusively to the experience of black Americans.