Definition of Misspeak. Meaning of Misspeak. Synonyms of Misspeak

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Definition of Misspeak

Misspeak
Misspeak Mis*speak", v. i. To err in speaking.
Misspeak
Misspeak Mis*speak", v. t. To utter wrongly.

Meaning of Misspeak from wikipedia

- drink an agreed-upon measure of an alcoholic beverage. Sometimes players misspeak the phrases as the spoonerisms "****y duzz" or "duzzy ****". The Book of...
- wrote: "Was this the unearthing of a true Northern lefty? Or did Baker just misspeak?". On 4 December 2019, Baker announced on The One Show that he would be...
- Green", adding that he understood "how during a live interview one can misspeak and we appreciate the clarification". Conway's statement was parodied in...
- Richard Brinsley Sheridan's 1775 play The Rivals. Mrs. Malaprop frequently misspeaks (to comic effect) by using words which don't have the meaning that she...
- 2017. Wolf, Richard (March 4, 2017). "Did Attorney General Jeff Sessions misspeak, lie — or commit perjury?". USA Today. Archived from the original on October...
- Professor of Practical Applications. After Quentin distracts him in cl****, he misspeaks, allowing the Beast to enter; after these events, he retires. Chambers...
- Another aspect of his character is his tendency to flub words and to misspeak when scolding, leading other members to take him even less seriously. He...
- Wetworth, during his speeches, as he tends to either forget his words or misspeak. Grandpa Wetworth (voiced by Frank Welker) – An orange-skinned Snork. He...
- Cognition. 43 (2): 177–187. doi:10.1016/0010-0277(76)90003-2.[dead link] "misspeak, v." Oxford English Dictionary Online. June 2011. Retrieved 14 August 2011...
- Posner argued that because witnesses "are prone to fudge, to fumble, to misspeak, to misstate, to exaggerate," few trials would reach a judgment if "any...
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