verb (used with object), misdated, misdating.
to assign or affix a wrong to.
a wrong date.
(transitive) to date (a letter, event, etc) wrongly
1580s, from mis- (1) + date (v.1). Related: Misdated; misdating.
[mis-deel] /mɪsˈdil/ verb (used with or without object), misdealt, misdealing. 1. to wrongly or incorrectly, especially to deal the wrong number at cards. noun 2. Cards. a deal in which the wrong number of cards have been distributed or in which the cards were in the wrong order or manner, necessitating a new deal and […]
[dih-klair] /dɪˈklɛər/ verb (used with object), declared, declaring. 1. to make known or state clearly, especially in explicit or formal terms: to declare one’s position in a controversy. 2. to announce officially; proclaim: to declare a state of emergency; to declare a winner. 3. to state emphatically: He declared that the allegation was a lie. […]
[mis-deed] /mɪsˈdid/ noun 1. an immoral or wicked deed. /ˌmɪsˈdiːd/ noun 1. an evil or illegal action n. Old English misdæd “misdeed, evil deed, sin,” common Germanic compound (cf. Old Saxon misdad, Old Frisian misdede, Middle Dutch misdaet, German Missetat, Gothic missadeþs; see mis- (1) + deed (n.).
[mis-deem] /mɪsˈdim/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to have a wrong opinion of; misjudge: to misdeem someone’s ability. (Deut. 32:27, R.V.). The Authorized Version reads, “should behave themselves strangely;” i.e., not recognize the truth, misunderstand or mistake the cause of Israel’s ruin, which was due to the fact that God had forsaken them […]