verb (used with object), mistimed, mistiming.
to time badly; perform, say, propose, etc., at a bad or inappropriate time.
(transitive) to time (an action, utterance, etc) wrongly
late Old English mistimian “to happen amiss” (of an event); see mis- (1) + time (v.). Meaning “not to time properly” is first recorded late 14c. Related: Mistimed; mistiming.
[mis-tee] /ˈmɪs ti/ adjective, mistier, mistiest. 1. abounding in or clouded by . 2. of the nature of or consisting of . 3. appearing as if seen through ; indistinct or blurred in form or outline. 4. obscure; vague. /ˈmɪstɪ/ adjective mistier, mistiest 1. consisting of or resembling mist 2. obscured by or as if […]
[mist] /mɪst/ noun 1. a cloudlike aggregation of minute globules of water suspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth’s surface, reducing visibility to a lesser degree than fog. 2. a cloud of particles resembling this: She sprayed a mist of perfume onto her handkerchief. 3. something that dims, obscures, or blurs: the mist […]
/French mistɛ̃ɡɛt/ noun 1. original name Jeanne-Marie Bourgeois. 1875–1956, French dancer, chanteuse, and entertainer
[tahyt-l] /ˈtaɪt l/ noun 1. the distinguishing name of a book, poem, picture, piece of music, or the like. 2. a descriptive heading or caption, as of a chapter, section, or other part of a book. 3. . 4. a descriptive or distinctive appellation, especially one belonging to a person by right of rank, office, […]