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misfire to fail to detonate or go off correctly, as an explosive or gun. [3 definitions]
misfit a person who is not integrated into or is unsuited for his or her social environment, job, or the like. [2 definitions]
misfortune an instance of bad luck; unfortunate occurrence. [2 definitions]
misgive to arouse doubt, fear, or suspicion in. [2 definitions]
misgiving a feeling of regret, doubt, or apprehension.
misgovern to administer or govern poorly or improperly.
misguide to misdirect or lead astray.
misguided led astray; in error; mistaken.
mishandle to deal with in an inefficient or unsatisfactory way; mismanage. [2 definitions]
mishap an unlucky or unfortunate happening; accident.
mishear to hear or understand unclearly or incorrectly.
mishmash a jumbled mess; hodgepodge.
Mishnah the first section of the Talmud, consisting of the oral laws and scriptural interpretations of them. [2 definitions]
mishoon in Wampanoag language and culture, a boat, esp. a canoe made by digging out a log.
misinform to give incorrect information to.
misinterpret to give an inaccurate explanation of. [2 definitions]
misjudge to hold an unjustified opinion of. [2 definitions]
mislabel to label incorrectly.
mislay to put (something) somewhere and forget where it is; lose, often temporarily.
mislead to guide in a wrong direction. [2 definitions]
mismanage to manage poorly or improperly.