Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To cite erroneously or falsely; misquote: as, to miscite a text of Scripture.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To cite erroneously.

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  • verb To cite erroneously.

Etymologies

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mis- +‎ cite

Examples

  • Then there's that claim about Brown II (see link above), the miscite from a Watergate minority report, your inaccuracies WRT SJ, and the repeated claim that a majority "held" that the N.Y. Times could be prsecuted post-conviction in the Pentagon Papers case ....

    Balkinization

  • Then there's that claim about Brown II (see link above), the miscite from a Watergate minority report, your inaccuracies WRT SJ, and the repeated claim that a majority "held" that the N.Y. Times could be prsecuted post-conviction in the Pentagon Papers case ....

    Balkinization

  • Then there's that claim about Brown II (see link above), the miscite from a Watergate minority report, your inaccuracies WRT SJ, and the repeated claim that a majority "held" that the N.Y. Times could be prsecuted post-conviction in the Pentagon Papers case ....

    Balkinization

  • Then there's that claim about Brown II (see link above), the miscite from a Watergate minority report, your inaccuracies WRT SJ, and the repeated claim that a majority "held" that the N.Y. Times could be prsecuted post-conviction in the Pentagon Papers case ....

    Balkinization

  • Then there's that claim about Brown II (see link above), the miscite from a Watergate minority report, your inaccuracies WRT SJ, and the repeated claim that a majority "held" that the N.Y. Times could be prsecuted post-conviction in the Pentagon Papers case ....

    Balkinization

  • Then there's that claim about Brown II (see link above), the miscite from a Watergate minority report, your inaccuracies WRT SJ, and the repeated claim that a majority "held" that the N.Y. Times could be prsecuted post-conviction in the Pentagon Papers case ....

    Balkinization

  • Then there's that claim about Brown II (see link above), the miscite from a Watergate minority report, your inaccuracies WRT SJ, and the repeated claim that a majority "held" that the N.Y. Times could be prsecuted post-conviction in the Pentagon Papers case ....

    Balkinization

  • Then there's that claim about Brown II (see link above), the miscite from a Watergate minority report, your inaccuracies WRT SJ, and the repeated claim that a majority "held" that the N.Y. Times could be prsecuted post-conviction in the Pentagon Papers case ....

    Balkinization

  • Then there's that claim about Brown II (see link above), the miscite from a Watergate minority report, your inaccuracies WRT SJ, and the repeated claim that a majority "held" that the N.Y. Times could be prsecuted post-conviction in the Pentagon Papers case ....

    Balkinization

  • Then there's that claim about Brown II (see link above), the miscite from a Watergate minority report, your inaccuracies WRT SJ, and the repeated claim that a majority "held" that the N.Y. Times could be prsecuted post-conviction in the Pentagon Papers case ....

    Balkinization

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