other words for misconstruction
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
He spoke as though wounded by a misconstruction put upon his sincerity.
You have faith and charity for people out of doors, and mistrust and misconstruction for those at home.
She could telegraph him for money, but he might not understand, and she was too proud to lay her actions open to misconstruction.
It would be hard to find words "more intelligible, or less liable to misconstruction, than those which are to be explained."
All the rest of Dr. Leonard's statement is his own inference—a misconstruction of the fact.
The notorious contrary fact is sufficient to guard the reader against such a misconstruction.
How many things that are innocent in themselves, are made injurious yet by misconstruction?
How will every look, every action, even the most innocent, be liable to misconstruction!
If we do things liable to misconstruction, we are likely to suffer in the eyes of the world—and you see it every day.
Our second person plural is liable to misconstruction by an ardent mind.