missend


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missend

(ˌmɪsˈsɛnd)
vb (tr) , -sends, -sending or -sent
to send (someone or something) to the wrong person or place
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Possibly, if you do answer it, and direct it to Herman Melville, you will missend it--for the very fingers that now guide this pen are not precisely the same that just took it up and put it on this paper.