from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Ignorance; faulty intelligence or knowledge.
- noun Wrong or false information.
- noun Misunderstanding; disagreement.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Wrong information; misinformation.
- noun obsolete Disagreement; misunderstanding.
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- noun obsolete Wrong
- noun obsolete Disagreement;
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In such an air it had seemed that no petty egotism could hamper their growth, no misintelligence obscure their love; yet all the while this pure happiness had been unfolding against a sordid background of falsehood and intrigue from which his soul turned with loathing.
And so she was committed -- the more helplessly for her dense misintelligence of both sides of the question -- to the policy of conciliating the opposing influences which had so uncomfortably chosen to fight out their case on the field of her poor little existence: theoretically siding with her husband, but surreptitiously, as he well knew, giving aid and comfort to the enemy, who were really defending her own cause.
I showed one or two of them to a person since my recovery, who may have mentioned them, and occasioned Mr. Lort's misintelligence.
It’s sheer thumbing-your-nose perversity that the neocons are greeting him as a hero after wasting our taxpayer dollars buying his ‘Curveball’ misintelligence that BushCo used to get us into a war that didn’t need to be fought.