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Another major claim made in the Hindenburg report is that Nikola and Milton have misrepresented the company’s efforts to develop a new kind of battery for use in electric vehicles.

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By failing to take into account the serious risk of slowing and stalling, along with more rainfall, this metric can misrepresent the true danger of a storm.

That was all interesting stuff but there was another part of the story that said the investigation had found that a City Councilmember had misrepresented the deal to his colleagues and the public.

Out of the people that were met in person,16% of users reported that none of their dates misrepresented their age, height, or weight.

Also, 31% of users admitted to misrepresenting their information, while 69% said they did not misrepresent any information.

As long as the reporter does not misrepresent himself and does not attempt to conceal a recording device, the event is fair game.

Still, I continue to like and value Peter, even if he chooses to willfully misrepresent me and my views.

Why Beinart would purposely misrepresent these commonly known facts is mystifying.

Those who say that the Republicans are taking the president's words out of context to misrepresent him make a serious mistake.

So long as we are in the world of facts and specifics, Romney has shown himself scrupulous not to overstate or misrepresent.

The gentleman from New Jersey says we misrepresent our constituents.

It has been no part of my plan to boast, exaggerate, or misrepresent anything, but to give "plain facts."

It is not always these stories are told to misrepresent facts, but it is often the case of imagination or being mistaken.

Did the President of that day misrepresent his party, or his successor, or has the party changed and the successor also?

But I would not attempt by any sophistry to misrepresent slavery in order to prove its dreadful wickedness.


On this page you'll find 84 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to misrepresent, such as: confuse, cover-up, disguise, distort, exaggerate, and falsify.

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