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misdelivery Line breaks: mis|deliv¦ery
Pronunciation: /mɪsdəˈlɪvəri/

Definition of misdelivery in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Delivery to the wrong person or at the wrong time: liability of the carrier in respect of loss or misdelivery of the goods
More example sentences
  • The submission that was made below was that that means damage or loss occasioned by reason of the misplacement or misdelivery of exhibits, not direct damage to the exhibits.
  • I realise there can be no excuse for the misdelivery of mail which is clearly and correctly addressed and I would like to apologise for the concern you have been caused.
  • It causes misdeliveries by private couriers, difficulties in registering with doctors, credit problems and postal problems, as there are many confusions with similar named roads in both areas, especially in Waddon.

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