Definition of Misjudgment:
- error (part of speech: noun)
- misjudgment (part of speech: noun)
How often he has wished he could take them by the hand and ask their forgiveness for his frequent misjudgment of them, misjudgment the remembrance of which makes his heart bleed the more as he can only think of their generous forbearance.- "Recollections and Impressions 1822-1890", Octavius Brooks Frothingham.
She felt, inwardly, the certainty that this would count for much in Mrs. Ingraham's plain, old- fashioned way of judging things; she was afraid of a misjudgment for Frank Sunderline, if he did not, perhaps, mean anything particular by it; she would have refused him ten times over, and let the refusal rest with her, sooner than have him blamed; for what business had she, after all,- " Well, Ray?"- "The Other Girls", Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney.
- "The Life and Works of Friedrich Schiller", Calvin Thomas.