Yet I would like it very ill if my young friend were to misjudge his father.
It seems very cold-blooded, but it is easy to misjudge these people.
If I do not, you will misjudge me when I say that I only can see you here.
And the pity of it that such a man should so misjudge his Claudia!
Trees throw shadows that sometimes make the players nervous or cause them to misjudge their distances.
You may read his letter; you must—you misjudge him—you always have.
The world will misjudge me; the man of peace they will say was a hypocrite.
Do not, therefore, misjudge the sense of the words I am about to speak.
We're not all put together alike, and we may misjudge one another.
Poor hasty spirits that we be, how do we misjudge other folk!