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Mephibosheth, how prejudicially soever misrepresented, yet rejoiceth that the King is come in Peace to his own house.
This was the real meaning of the "Statutes of Kilkenny," which have been so often misrepresented by modern writers.
For if they should be of opinion that in any one point he has intentionally misrepresented facts, he can be believed in nothing.
Even in arguing a case, he never misrepresented the evidence of a witness, and was always candid and fair.
But he excited envy as well as admiration, and was probably misrepresented by his opponents.
He has maligned you, misrepresented you, threatened you, even called you a Grand Old Spider.
She misrepresented the queen's words, and, when called to an account, denied the report with the greatest effrontery.
Rousseau has been much misrepresented, and the text follows the misrepresentations.
Another way in which the ideals of a school or college are misrepresented is by lack of intellectual integrity.
The Indian flora is too often slandered and misrepresented as being full of beautiful, but scentless, flowers.
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