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- v. Present participle of misparse.
- n. An instance of incorrect parsing.
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There's no obvious Photoshoppery anywhere in that picture, although there are two spots that you could just about be forgiven for visually misparsing if you don't look closely enough.
Thanks to mental misparsing of an abbreviation caused by too-rapid context switching, I am now off imagining a universe in which the abbreviation D&G represents an Italian high fashion institution run by the French philosophers Deleuze and Guattari.
You’re apparently misparsing the sentence as “[buffered against evolutionary change] [by natural selection or genetic drift]”, whereas it should be read as “[buffered against] [evolutionary change by natural selection or genetic drift]”.