from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- transitive verb To report mistakenly or falsely.
- noun An inaccurate or wrong report.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A false or incorrect report.
- To report incorrectly.
- To give a false report of; misrepresent maliciously; backbite; slander.
- To make an incorrect report.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- verb To report erroneously; to give an incorrect account of.
- noun An erroneous report; a false or incorrect account given.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb To incorrectly
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Fox News Channel talk-show host Bill O'Reilly used his "talking points" feature on Monday night (Feb. 28) to once again misreport the SpongeBob SquarePants issue, criticizing conservative "culture warriors" for allegedly saying that the popular children's cartoon character is gay.
Any clue on what I can do? here as to why Vista seems to 'misreport' shrink-space availability, along with a few suggested solutions.
That's triple the 7 percent "misreport" rate of taxpayers who make between $30,000 and $50,000 and well over double the 8 percent cheating rate by taxpayers between $50,000 and $100,000.
"misreport" related activities on their tax returns.
He knows that no matter what he says, the conservatives and their minions will twist and turn it against him and the media will misreport it ..
Our media teams should be fighting back the inaccurate reporting, setting the record straight and even prosecuting news agencies when they clearly misreport the facts to negatively affect public opinion of the police and, therefore, our effectiveness.
Room 101 « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG Inspector Gadget 2009
White House visitor logs misreport the meeting, instead listing Caitlin Naidoff, an aide to Rouse, as an attendee.
The Sunlight Foundation: Solyndra Investor Had Three White House Meetings on Energy Policy The Sunlight Foundation 2011
As with any novel research, these preliminary findings need to be repeated in future studies, particularly since self-reported data can be skewed if participants inaccurately recall or misreport their feelings.
Could Those Hours Online Be Making Kids Nicer? Shirley S. Wang 2011
Odd cnn that every other poll has the GOP winning … could you be trying to misreport a news story here???
Indeed, it indirectly explains why it can be difficult for someone trying to learn about the quantum world to do so: Due to the metaphysical concerns typically in play, there exists a tendency to exaggerate or misreport the results of QP-level experiments, or perhaps worse, unjustifiably minimize the strangeness and philosophical relevance of those experiments.