misinterpretation[ mis-in-tur-prit ]SEE DEFINITION OF misinterpretation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MISINTERPRETATION
All ferocity must be misinterpretation of the divine law of harmony and mutual help.
These illusions spring from misinterpretation of Scripture language.
I could have groaned in my rage at such a misinterpretation.
Furthermore, he was unfair to himself and unjust to her in the misinterpretation of her behavior.
This commission, it is to be feared, is losing much of its force from misinterpretation.
There need be no misconception or misinterpretation at this point.
He understood the misinterpretation, and resented it a little.
Was it a misinterpretation, after all—what Lottie Myers had implied and feared to say?
You have a talent for misinterpretation, Geoffrey;—wilful, isnt it?
This Eldorado is seemingly a combination of falsehood and misinterpretation.