mistimed


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mis·time

 (mĭs-tīm′)
tr.v. mis·timed, mis·tim·ing, mis·times
To time inaccurately or inappropriately; misjudge the timing of: The basketball team mistimed the final play and lost the game.

mistimed

(ˌmɪsˈtaɪmd)
adj
(of a comment, sporting move, or action) made or done at the wrong time
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mistimed

adjective inopportune, badly timed, inconvenient, untimely, ill-timed, unseasonable, unsynchronized a certain mistimed comment
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mistimed

a. inoportuno, fuera de tiempo.
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For a moment all were touched, and there was disposi- tion to deal mercifully with her, seeing that she was so young and friendless, and her case so piteous, and the law that robbed her of her support to blame as being the first and only cause of her transgression; but the prosecuting officer replied that whereas these things were all true, and most pitiful as well, still there was much small theft in these days, and mistimed mercy here would be a danger to property -- oh, my God, is there no property in ruined homes, and orphaned babes, and broken hearts that British law holds precious
A brief address on those occasions would not be mistimed, wherein a judicious instructor would take the opportunity of referring to the sufferings of the primitive Christians; to the torments of martyrs; to the exhortations of our blessed Lord Himself, calling upon His disciples to take up their cross and follow Him; to His warnings that man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God; to His divine consolations, "If ye suffer hunger or thirst for My sake, happy are ye.
The culture of confidence at the company, which is considering breaking itself up, trickled down and impacted business units of those seeking to succeed Immelt resulting in unattainable financial targets, mistimed bets on markets and occasional poor decisions on how to deploy cash, the people said.
Kepu was shown a red card after his badly mistimed challenge ended with Watson being struck in the side of the head.
Seventy-five percent of the women reported that their current pregnancy was unintended; of these unintended pregnancies, 21% were mistimed and 79% were unwanted.
Parr had far too much time and space to unleash a shot from distance and Konstantopoulos then mistimed his diving save and could only push the ball into the path of scorer Daryl Murphy.
Hughes died as the result of a terrible accident; a mistimed shot and a bouncer hit him on the neck, dissecting an artery causing a catastrophic bleed in the brain.
He was pulled up in stoppage time for a foul on Willo Flood and Wright said: "The tackle wasn't frustration, it was a mistimed challenge that led to a poor decision by the referee.
Arsenal are doing very well, the keeper gets sent off, they get the penalty - that for me is just reward, the keeper should stay on, he's just mistimed it by a fractio.
The 26-year-old midfielder, who was cautioned twice in quick succession by referee Darren England, admits he lets himself and his team-mates down, but insists that no malice or frustration was involved in what he believes were mistimed attempts to win the ball.
Rovers were gifted a fourth-minute lead when Beeley mistimed a challenge on Eliot Richards to concede a penalty, which John-Joe O'Toole fired home.
Sydney, Oct 17 ( ANI ): Veteran Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has reportedly 'forgiven' his teammate James Faulkner over the bowler's mistimed high five that resulted in a nasty eye poke for Haddin and said that he would now opt for the 'good old-fashioned bum slap' next time.