use misjudge in a sentence.
I misjudged the depth of their pockets.
Finally, a story in which YC misjudged...
I feel like you misjudged the tone of my comment.
I think you totally misjudge the motivation of the people behind WikiLeaks and its supporters.
We all misjudge that which we don't understand.
It's all fun and games until you misjudge the height of an oncoming vehicle and slam it through the windscreen.
You have misjudged me.
Seems like they misjudged.
Not saying I agree with the 'misjudged' comment, but it seems baseless to think that raffi couldn't have held out for more, later.
The whole point of the exercise is that people underestimate what is possible in any given situation and misjudge their opportunities.
I think you've misjudged the tone of the discussion.
Well I certainly misjudged the articles title, this makes a lot more sense now.
IIRC he has stated that he misjudged the demand for Appointment Reminder and ended up selling less than he had hoped.
Interesting point: have Apple ever completely misjudged a product price point and moved it rather than redesigning the product?
It may just as well have been that they misjudged the demographic of their prospective customer base to be mostly the larger accounts, but instead they found themselves with prospects a lot smaller than the ones they hoped to target.
The problem was that Spain misjudged what was valuable in the New World.
I think Newell has misjudged why Linux hasn't taken off as a personal computing platform.