Antonyms for mis-stated

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And for that reason the problem awaiting them is mis-stated, belittled.

The bard was singing before Mongan, and mis-stated the place of the king's death.

The owners of such horses may be gentlemen of the highest probity, and in ignorance the age may be mis-stated.

"I mis-stated my attitude in saying that," retorted the Lieutenant-Governor coolly.

In trying to express the reasons for this reverence he has over-stated and mis-stated the nature of these books.

And, as will be seen, when non-theists quarrel with it, it is only because it is mis-stated or misunderstood.

I believe that I mistook or mis-stated one of her phrases in my letter; it should have been—'Can' della Madonna cosa vus' tu?

I have mis-stated it, therefore before; he does not say, it would not be excessive, but it might not be so.

It will be seen that the problem is mis-stated, and that the solution offered presupposes it to be mis-stated.