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misrepresenting

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of misrepresent.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Newspaper columnists are not alone in misrepresenting the significance of the passive.

    July « 2010 « An A-Z of ELT

  • Newspaper columnists are not alone in misrepresenting the significance of the passive.

    P is for Passive « An A-Z of ELT

  • Gentlemen, I made a grievous error in misrepresenting my rank, time of service, and mos.

    Cordoves, Joaquin

  • Update: Mike sez, "UPI went further in misrepresenting things: They did not even mention the positive aspects of the study in their article!"

    Boing Boing: April 9, 2006 - April 15, 2006 Archives

  • I wouldn´t go that far in misrepresenting sea scallops just to get a bigger price.

    Marlin on Tostadas or in Epanadas

  • I'm not saying Canon is lying in this particular instance, but it's certainly possible they're misrepresenting the facts of the Japanese word that is the basis of their name, and/or their own history.

    languagehat.com: CORPORATE ETYMOLOGIES.

  • This appears to be another case of an article's title misrepresenting a study's published results.

    The Seattle Times

  • Jeff Goldstein at Protein Wisdom replied to part of my post from yesterday, along with a post by Tbogg, by claiming that we are "begging the question" of the Administration's illegality and "misrepresenting" -- "intentionally," of course -- the position of Bush defenders.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • Jeff Goldstein at Protein Wisdom replied to part of my post from yesterday, along with a post by Tbogg, by claiming that we are "begging the question" of the Administration's illegality and "misrepresenting" -- "intentionally," of course -- the position of Bush defenders.

    The latest from Bush followers

  • The most dangerous reports are the ones like these from supposed experts who don’t convey the facts quite carefully enough or who have vested interests in misrepresenting reality.

    DPI Doesn’t Kill The Open Internet, Carriers Do

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