1. To understand somebody/something wrongly. Misinterpret. E.g. I'm afraid I completely misread the situation. His confidence was misread as arrogance.
2. To read something wrongly. E.g. You must have misread the address.
Outnumber: to be greater in number than somebody/something. E.g. The demonstrators were heavily outnumbered by the police.
Rehear: to hear or consider again a case in court.
Overhear: to hear, especially by accident, a conversation in which you are not involved. E.g. We talked quietly so as not to be overheard. I overheard him say he was going to France.
Mishear: To fail to hear correctly what somebody says, so that you think they said something else. E.g. You may have misheard her—I'm sure she didn't mean that.
Disused: No longer used. E.g. a disused station
Unused: not being used at the moment or never having been used. E.g. The house was left unused for most of the year.
Outlive: to live longer than somebody. E.g. He outlived his wife by three years.