verb. ['mɪˈskæst'] cast an actor, singer, or dancer in an unsuitable role.
- stay in place
- cast (English)
- casten (Middle English (1100-1500))
- mis- (English)
Rhymes with Miscast
Sentences with miscast
1. Noun, singular or mass
To say, for example, that the acting was a "C-" isn't as helpful as explaining that the actors seemed miscast in their roles or that they lacked convincing chemistry.
In Wendi Kaufman’s short story “Helen on 86th Street,” the main character, Vita, is miscast in her sixth-grade class play -- according to her, that is.