[mis-uh d-vahyz] /ˌmɪs ədˈvaɪz/
verb (used with object), misadvised, misadvising.
to give bad or inappropriate advice to.
[mis-uh d-ven-cher] /ˌmɪs ədˈvɛn tʃər/ noun 1. an instance of bad fortune; mishap. /ˌmɪsədˈvɛntʃə/ noun 1. an unlucky event; misfortune 2. (law) accidental death not due to crime or negligence n. late 13c., misaventure, from Old French mesaventure (12c.) “accident, mishap,” from mesavenir “to turn out badly;” see mis- (2) + adventure (n.).
[mis-uh d-vahyz] /ˌmɪs ədˈvaɪz/ verb (used with object), misadvised, misadvising. 1. to give bad or inappropriate advice to.
[eym] /eɪm/ verb (used with object) 1. to position or direct (a firearm, ball, arrow, rocket, etc.) so that, on firing or release, the discharged projectile will hit a target or travel along a certain path. 2. to intend or direct for a particular effect or purpose: to aim a satire at snobbery. verb (used […]
[mis-uh-lahynd] /ˌmɪs əˈlaɪnd/ adjective 1. improperly aligned. /ˌmɪsəˈlaɪnd/ adjective 1. placed or positioned wrongly or badly n. 1891, from mis- (1) + alignment. adj. 1903, from mis- (1) + past participle of align.