Simple past tense and past participle of misspeak.(verb)
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Use "misspoken" in a sentence
"What was publicly retracted, muffled, cut out of broadcasts, expressed only in 'misspoken' words (think George Allen's Macaca comment) has found a public legitimacy that has crossed the thin line between word and deed."
"To do less was to court instant death-a word misspoken would allow the demon he conjured to tear free of the diagram sketched exactingly upon the flagstones."
"It's not clear if the deputy has actually misspoken, which is possible, given his state of probable tension, and anger and adrenaline. in the circumstances; or if he spoke correctly, but he's misheard."