misconception[ mis-kuh n-sep-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF misconception
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MISCONCEPTION
The misconception is in supposing that you sail this ship instead of John Truck.
Be pleased to bear in mind that this is no case of a misconception or a mistake.
It would be easy to assure him that the whole was a misconception,—a mistake of meaning.
"Then perhaps I lie under some misconception," said the Major, courteously.
You will, I feel sure, pardon his misconception of the circumstances.
But before I proceed, let me protect myself from misconception by one or two remarks.
He nodded, thinking it well to leave her misconception uncorrected.
This misconception of human nature has not yet become entirely obsolete.
Anyone who writes on such a question is, I know, very open to misconception.
It is a misconception to regard this answer of the god as equivocal.