misconceptions

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MISCONCEPTIONS

I speak of these misconceptions only because they were mine, and it was I who had to work away from them.

"It is as well that we should be plain, so as to be avoiding all misconceptions," said O'Moy.

Those sorts of misconceptions and exaggerations have to be allowed for.

These misconceptions were soon to be corrected by experience.

He seems to have fallen into some misconceptions of Aristotle's meaning.

These delays and difficulties occasioned some misconceptions.

It is only by discovering the misconceptions of the child that we are able to correct them.

It might lead to misconceptions; people might suppose we were more than fellow-travellers.

There is no end of the misconceptions of what is called love.

But these councils may safely be set aside as grounded on misconceptions.