Word of the Day: Mishap

By Daniel Scocco - 1 minute read

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Mishap is a misfortune; an accident.

All such confrontations contain combustible mixes of the money, power and mishap that seem to bubble out of the ground whenever a huge supply of oil or gas is for sale. (The Economist)

The professional wrestler known as The Undertaker got minor burns on his chest and a scare during a pyrotechnics mishap. (LA Times)

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