bad or unwise rule; misgovernment.
disorder or lawlessness.
verb (used with object), misruled, misruling.
(transitive) to govern inefficiently or without humanity or justice
inefficient or inhumane government
late 14c., “bad government of a state;” see mis- (1) + rule (n.). Meaning “disorderly conduct or living” is from c.1400, obsolete except in Lord of Misrule, one chosen to preside over Christmas games in a great house (late 15c.).
late 14c., from mis- (1) + rule (v.). Related: Misruled; misruling.
[mis-ruhn, mis-ruhn] /mɪsˈrʌn, ˈmɪs rʌn/ noun, Metallurgy. 1. an incomplete casting, the metal of which has solidified prematurely.
[mis] /mɪs/ verb (used with object) 1. to fail to hit or strike: to miss a target. 2. to fail to encounter, meet, catch, etc.: to miss a train. 3. to fail to take advantage of: to miss a chance. 4. to fail to be present at or for: to miss a day of school. […]
[mees-sah; English mis-uh] /ˈmis sɑ; English ˈmɪs ə/ noun, Latin. 1. .
- Miss a beat
Hesitate momentarily, out of embarrassment or confusion. This expression is most often used in a negative context, as in He sidestepped the reporter’s probe into his personal life without missing a beat, or Not missing a beat, she outlined all the reasons for her decision. This expression alludes to the regular beat of musical time. […]