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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


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

Do not let their judgments or their misinterpretations trouble you!

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

Let us then aim to correct these irregularities of feeling, and to dismiss these misinterpretations of providence.

If only the Word of Truth were rightly divided such, and other misinterpretations, would cease.

The history of religion contains the record of the misinterpretations of the rite of sacrifice.

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

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

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

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