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I suppose your Honor did not misapprehend my last remark and that no one did.
REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE EXAMINATION OF CHARLES G. DAVIS, ESQ., ON THE CHARGE OF AIDING AND ABETTING IN THE RESCUE OF A FUGITIVE SLAVEVARIOUS
"If you misapprehend me so——" began Francesco, but his cousin interrupted him with heightening scorn.
LOVE-AT-ARMSRAPHAEL SABATINI
Mrs. Gilman's attitude toward the bearing and rearing of children is easy to misapprehend.
WOMEN AS WORLD BUILDERSFLOYD DELL
"Again you misapprehend me," cried Lord Julian, between concern and indignation.
CAPTAIN BLOODRAFAEL SABATINI
Any one who does not happen to hear or notice this remark, is almost certain to misapprehend Dina's parentage.
PLAY-MAKINGWILLIAM ARCHER
I find I did misapprehend your illustration respecting profits from Otaheite; but our difference is still very serious.
LETTERS OF DAVID RICARDO TO THOMAS ROBERT MALTHUS, 1810-1823DAVID RICARDO
Berlin tailors and dressmakers laboriously misapprehend both styles.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 7, SLICE 4VARIOUS
It would be difficult more completely to misapprehend the entire statement.
PIONEERS OF SCIENCEOLIVER LODGE
It is that the Southern whites misapprehend and make a scarecrow of "social equality."
ON HORSEBACKCHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
I am subject to your commands, certainly, Miss Wardour; but I beg that you will not misapprehend me.
THE DIAMOND COTERIELAWRENCE L. LYNCH
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