misconceive

[ mis-kuh n-seev ]SEE DEFINITION OF misconceive

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MISCONCEIVE

I must tell you that you misconceive the situation entirely.

You cannot misconceive my motives in making this not very agreeable communication.

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

Of course we must not misconceive the character of this wrath.

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

As we stand now, we are not likely to misconceive each other.

I occasioned you to misconceive me respecting Sir Walter Scott.

Let us be careful that we do not misconceive it in one most important particular!

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

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

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