misprint

[n. mis-print, mis-print; v. mis-print]
noun
1.
a mistake in printing, as an instance of printing a letter or word other than that intended.
verb (used with object)
2.
to print incorrectly.

Origin:
1485–95; mis-1 + print

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misprint
 
n
1.  an error in printing, made through damaged type, careless reading, etc
 
vb
2.  (tr) to print (a letter) incorrectly

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misprint
late 15c.; from mis- (1) + print (v.). The noun is first attested 1818.
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Example sentences
Thank you know-it-all for having noticed the misprint but don't give me any of
  your lip please.
The fact that the dictatorial approach was chosen emboldened the opposition to
  make political hay out of any misprint or typo.
When he does adopt a conjecture, he speaks of it as though it were only the
  correction of an obvious misprint.
For more than two decades she has devoted all her energy to finding the
  destructive genetic misprint and a way to cure it.
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