missed labor n.
A condition in which a pregnant woman experiences uterine contractions at the normal term, but the contractions soon stop, and the fetus is retained, usually lifeless, within the uterus for an indefinite period.
[mis-seem] /mɪsˈsim/ verb (used with object), Archaic. 1. .
n. Old English mistel “basil, mistletoe,” from Proto-Germanic *mikhstilaz (cf. Old Saxon mistil, Dutch mistel, Old High German mistil, German Mistel, Swedish mistel), of unknown origin.
verb (pl) -sells, -selling, -sold 1. to sell a financial product that is inappropriate for the needs of the customer
[mis-uh l] /ˈmɪs əl/ noun 1. . /ˈmɪsəl/ noun 1. a variant spelling of mistle thrush