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The tone of those sentences was open to misinterpretation, and Paul guards himself against this on two sides.
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE SECOND EPISTLE TO THE CORINTHIANSJAMES DENNEY
And then he talked pathetically of his desire to do what was right, his dread of slander and misinterpretation.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
North of that line, there is a clear cut entirely, unsusceptible of misinterpretation.
A REPORT OF THE DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS IN THE SECRET SESSIONS OF THE CONFERENCE CONVENTIONLUCIUS EUGENE CHITTENDEN
This is too broad to admit of any misinterpretation, and John again makes up his mind to continual watchfulness.
MISS CAPRICEST. GEORGE RATHBORNE
And the poet was called αοιδος So far Hesiod twice over secures the dignity of their office from misinterpretation.
THE POSTHUMOUS WORKS OF THOMAS DE QUINCEY, VOL. 1 (2 VOLS)THOMAS DE QUINCEY
We ought not to expose ourselves to misinterpretation; and we have no right whatever to give offence to the weaker brethren.
GHOSTSHENRIK IBSEN
But nevertheless we should not escape grave misinterpretation; and that might very likely react unfavourably upon the Orphanage.
GHOSTSHENRIK IBSEN
In the tenth, indeed, the custom of pilgrimage became almost universal, from a misinterpretation of a prophecy in the Apocalypse.
THE HISTORY OF CHIVALRYG. P. R. JAMES
From the misinterpretation of another passage in the treatise (V. 4) has been deduced the famous doctrine of the Unities.
EPHEMERA CRITICAJOHN CHURTON COLLINS
The attempt to do so is due in part, I believe, to a misinterpretation of .
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE SECOND EPISTLE TO THE CORINTHIANSJAMES DENNEY

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