Thesaurus / misconceive

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It is possible you misconceive your most estimable ladys meaning, suggested Rutley, with a smile.

An Oregon GirlAlfred Ernest Rice

But this is to misconceive the position taken up by the Minority Commissioners, and to fail in appreciation of their proposals.

If I do not misconceive them greatly, they must be very unsuitable associates for a young lady educated in a French convent.

The O'DonoghueCharles James Lever

But you misconceive me: I return at once, and my friend remains behind to answer for me.

For the folk about these parts are apt to misconceive of our sufferings, and to have no feeling for us.

Lorna DooneR. D. Blackmore

I say not this openly, nor unto such as should be likely to misconceive me.

In Convent WallsEmily Sarah Holt

It was impossible to misconceive the threat or to exaggerate the danger.

Tales and FantasiesRobert Louis Stevenson

To say that God is a spirit, then, with any of these gross conceptions in mind, is sadly to misconceive Him.

What and Where is God?Richard La Rue Swain

It is impossible to misconceive the common principle which animates them, the unity of their method.

It has suited the correspondent to misconceive the whole purport of my book.

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