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mishit

Syllabification: mis·hit

Definition of mishit in English:

verb (mishits, mishitting; past and past participle mishit)

Pronunciation: /ˌmisˈhit
 
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[with object]
(In various sports) hit or kick (a ball) badly or in the wrong direction.
Example sentences
  • First your technique gets off and you start mishitting your putts.
  • The leader holes a putt from 10 feet for par, despite clearly mishitting it.
  • I mishit the ball and pushed it to the right of the hole.

noun

Pronunciation: /ˈmisˌhit
 
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An instance of hitting or kicking a ball badly or in the wrong direction.
Example sentences
  • They have seen he can defend, pick the right ball to hit and that he has so much power there is not a great deal of hope of a mishit being caught on the boundary.
  • After Martin Whelan added another Clonea point from a penalty mishit, things got worse as Michael Power struck his second goal of the game.
  • A brilliant inter-passing movement involving Nikki Kleppang, Stott and Cheryl Valentine ended with a mishit by Stott, which deceived Robb and notched the goal that sealed the match.

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