I googled this, and I am getting ambiguous results. In books, even in legal documents, I can find examples of "misassess", "miss assess" and "miss-assess". What is the correct way to spell this verb?
- Their needs had been massively miss assessed
(link) Non-humans in Social Science: Ontologies, Theories and Case Studies
- Thomas Dimitroff talked about "miss assessed moves" and there un-intended consequences. Tweeted by D. Orlando Ledbetter, three-time APSE award-winning sportswriter.
There are some miss-assessed buildings in damage assessment by local government; Engineering Geology and the Environment
Williamson’s example acquires reason to think he has misassessed what his evidence is, whereas Andy only acquires reason to think she has misassessed what her evidence supports.
Evidence and Fallibility (pdf) by Joshua DiPaolo
None of these forms can I find in a dictionary.