misjudging


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Related to misjudging: perpetually, unslakable
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Families in Queens Road, Tipton, say that vehicles have been written off and gardens walls demolished by cars "tearing" down Victoria Road and misjudging a bend.
Cannock and Stafford's 21year old Tom Humphries was always in contention in the Men's 10km race and placed third in 34:01 despite a fall and misjudging the number of laps
It's pretty obvious at one of the engineers at Bushnell is just as good at misjudging range as I am.
If a woman pulls out of a side road when there are cars driving past, she will think it safe to do so,obviously misjudging the speed of the traffic.
However, by also using the questionnaire we discovered that many people in the UK are misjudging their attitude to risk.