Definition of "miscued" [miscued]

  • Present participle of miscue. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "miscued" in a sentence
  • "To be frank, Sunday's game was a technically inept anti-football no show from both teams won by a miscued hoof into the area that the bottling Chelsea keeper failed to collect."
  • "The Millwall defender Tony Craig's miscued clearance that struck a post seemed to be the closest either side would come to breaking the deadlock before Maynard's late strike."
  • "Anotonio Nocerini was presented with a shooting chance from the edge of the area when the second one was only half-cleared, but he took a wild swing at the ball and miscued completely.8 min: Kieran Gibbs wins the ball with a stout challenge in midfield and passes the ball to Rosicky, who drives forward."
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