Etymology
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misjudge (v.)

"judge erroneously or wrongfully, form a wrong opinion," early 15c., misjugen, from mis- (1) "badly, wrongly" + judge (v.). Related: Misjudged; misjudging.

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miscount (v.)

late 14c., "to count erroneously," also "to misjudge, deceive oneself," from Old French mesconter "give a false statement; miscalculate, be wrong in reckoning" (Modern French mécompter), from mes- "badly, wrongly" (see mis- (2)) + conter (see count (v.)). Related: Miscounted; miscounting.

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