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Definition of "mislabeling" [mislabeling]

  • Present participle of mislabel. (verb)

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Use "mislabeling" in a sentence
  • "Even if you're someone who eats meat--or, like me, someone who doesn't eat meat but does wear some leather in the form of belts and shoes--you must surely be disturbed by the practice of trapping and skinning dogs and yes cats for their fur, and then "mislabeling" said fur as fake or as a type of fur less upsetting to some Westerners, for example raccoon."
  • "SURVIVING PARTIES AND OTHER GET-TOGETHERS 1. arriving overdressed/underdressed 2. arriving without a gift 3. deciding whether to hug, kiss, or shake hands 4. forgetting a name 5. mislabeling people 6. pretending to understand something you don’t 7. drinking with alcoholics 8. getting caught telling tales 9. not liking the food"
  • "The PSLs are also engaged in several collaborative programs within their regions that include topics such as mislabeling of blood specimens, wrong-site surgery, falls and central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI)."