misrepresentation

[ mis-rep-ri-zent ]SEE DEFINITION OF misrepresentation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MISREPRESENTATION

Now to the charges which malice and misrepresentation have brought against me.

"I have met with a great deal of misrepresentation," he replied solemnly.

What misrepresentation might not gain currency about my conduct?

There was a rare harvest of falsehood and misrepresentation.

This is altogether a gross misrepresentation of the real state of things.

Stannard says that you must be influenced in your action by no misrepresentation one way or other.

Lest we should be suspected of misrepresentation, we shall give his own words.

Duplicity and misrepresentation are not confined to patent medicines.

Paul's position was a delicate one, and open to misrepresentation.

Misrepresentation must ever be expected by God's true servants.

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