Definitions for "Mistake"
To take or choose wrongly.
To take in a wrong sense; to misunderstand misapprehend, or misconceive; as, to mistake a remark; to mistake one's meaning.
To substitute in thought or perception; as, to mistake one person for another.
An affirmative defense that alleges that an act was not criminal because the defendant did not know the act was prohibited. See also Mistake of Fact and Mistake of Law.
a belief not in accord with the facts
a fact that most dancers would stand by
Something you learn from.
a behaviour or path of action that is detrimental and you learn from it
a jewel for it is an opportunity to learn
"Mistake" is a pop-rock song which was released as the first single from Stephanie Mc Intosh’s debut album Tightrope on 29 July, 2006.
Keywords:  deadly, sin
a deadly sin
a misperception which is corrected by additional knowledge
identify incorrectly; "Don't mistake her for her twin sister"
Keywords:  ribbons, silk, shaded
shaded silk used for ribbons.
an intentional action, but there is no deliberate decision to act against a rule or plan
A human action that produces an unintended result.
Keywords:  occurrence, event, point, time, one
an event , a one-time occurrence at one point in time
Keywords:  advantage, turned, event, benefit, full
an event, the full benefit of which has not yet been turned to your advantage
Keywords:  withdrawal, large, account, your
a large withdrawal from your account
a little different from purposely doing so
Keywords:  actual, share, market, information
a market share the actual information