Definition of misfield in English:

misfield

verb

[WITH OBJECT]
  • (in cricket and rugby) field (a ball) badly or clumsily.

    • ‘There were drama when Wayne Hurley misfielded an easy ball which led to a four when South Africa needed those eight runs from the last six balls.’
    • ‘As Lee misfielded, Butcher called for a second that was never there, aborted his run and left Vaughan stranded.’
    • ‘The opening try to the visitors came very shortly after kick-off when a speculative kick ahead was misfielded by the Otliensians' defence and winger Steve Montgomery went over for Hessle, the conversion attempt failing.’
    • ‘First baseman Bill Buckner misfielded critically in game six, allowing the New York Mets to come back and win.’
    • ‘The home side's three tries came first from Tuilevu's mistake as he misfielded Boeta Wessels' grubber and watched as Wylie Human kicked through and pounced on the loose ball.’
    fail to catch, miss, drop, mishandle, handle awkwardly
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Pronunciation:

misfield

/misˈfēld/