misalign : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v align imperfectly or badly
the elements of the turbine were misaligned
- Overall I was just curious what the average 'savings' rate was since it wasn't shown, and the numbers seem to misalign with 'average' or 'median' income numbers for 2007.
- But having a system that does so much to misalign them has proved disastrous.
- Ford is hoping his record will make it more difficult for Republicans to, in the words of his campaign strategist Michael Powell, "culturally misalign" him--that is, cast him as .