misjudge

[mis-juhj]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), misjudged, misjudging.
to judge, estimate, or value wrongly or unjustly.

Origin:
1525–35; mis-1 + judge

misjudger, noun
misjudgingly, adverb
misjudgment; especially British, misjudgement, noun
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misjudge (ˌmɪsˈdʒʌdʒ)
 
vb
to judge (a person or persons) wrongly or unfairly
 
mis'judger
 
n
 
mis'judgment
 
n
 
mis'judgement
 
n

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misjudge
1520s (implied in misiudgynge); see mis- (1) + judge (v.).
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Example sentences
Or you could misjudge the price your customers are willing to pay.
Moreover, some companies misjudge when industries are mature.
Even the best water enthusiasts can misjudge changing water conditions when
  boating or swimming in open water.
As a result, consumers may misjudge their level of intoxication and engage in
  risky behavior such as driving while intoxicated.
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