- n. Plural form of misdirection.
“Beyond the well-known implications of such a war and its scope, a declaration of war would only bolster an Iran that is economically and domestically weak and run by a cleric established looking for an outsider on which to further project conspiratorial misdirections through its state-run media.”
“The heart of the problem is what those powers-that-be are up against, the pressure exerted by the prejudiced and privileged to maintain this unjust segregation by shrouding it in misdirections and misrepresentations.”
“I felt more than a tad guilty, in fact, spinning fabrications and misdirections in St. Urhos, on the Thursday evening immediately after my arrival, as I caught up with my friends in Finnish fandom.”
“So HBO's polygamy drama Big Love has come out in a complete series boxed set and now we can start to get a handle on what we've got here, the highs and the lows, the misdirections, the confused plotlines that sometimes petered out and sometimes paid off.”
“Good story structure, after all, can be anything: it can be loopy and deconstructed; it can turn chronology inside out, shatter the fourth wall, break reality, and be as full of surprises, misdirections, and dead ends as a moonlit neighborhood in Venice, the kind you chase a murderous dwarf through because you're convinced it's a kid in a red raincoat.”
“From the beginning, we see Frank Abagnale, Jr. arrested at a Miami airport for an array of misdeeds and misdirections.”
“Well lets see how this plays out now that the new way is to push back on the wrong side party ` s filibuster crap. both Schultz and Gibbs need to spend time on debunking lies and misdirections and less time padding there ego ` s.”
“Willis is exceptionally fast and he's not easily fooled, Gilbride said, which means misdirections won't catch him.”
“Gruesome, horrible crime, diversions and misdirections, personal issues, and a tense interrogation through a sheet of plexiglass.”
“Orin, this mini-me version of an auto-de-fe you are conducting (I have no need to prove my conservative and classical liberal bona fides to you), with you as the prosecutor, judge and jury (together with a claque of three or four) is telling of your own misdirections, not mine.”
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