Thesaurus / misinterpretations


In these discussions Simla gave evidence of a sound exegesis, free from misinterpretations.

It brings out his actual life and the townfolk's misinterpretations of it.

Our continental neighbours at first grossly misinterpreted the case; and more excusably than in many other misinterpretations.

This seems to be a misunderstanding for 'Le fils du Rost,' and may be classed with the misinterpretations of a French source.

Parzival (vol. 1 of 2)Wolfram von Eschenback

The resultant theory of tragedy, with special regard to its misinterpretations of Aristotle, may be briefly summarized.

TragedyAshley H. Thorndike

There are, however, differences among the misinterpretations and the failures.

They do not do what they set out to do; they are full of misunderstandings, misinterpretations, interpolations and omissions.

A Librarian's Open ShelfArthur E. Bostwick

I answer, some of them originated in misinterpretations of Scripture.

It may be well from the first to clear away some misinterpretations.

But Hilda sought nothing either from the world's delicacy or its pity, and never dreamed of its misinterpretations.

The Marble Faun, Volume II.Nathaniel Hawthorne

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