Thesaurus / misrepresents
other words for misrepresents
- build up
- cover up
- give snow job
- phony up
- spread it on
- take out of context
- throw a curve
- trump up
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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
It may be simply a good joke which she is telling, but if the joke misrepresents the school she will, perhaps, do lasting harm.
A GIRL'S STUDENT DAYS AND AFTERJEANNETTE MARKS
One of these deserves notice, from the fact that its title-page so ridiculously and exasperatingly misrepresents its contents.
Far away on the prairies, she is now battling for the Liberty of all, against the President, who misrepresents all.
CHARLES SUMNER; HIS COMPLETE WORKS, VOLUME 5 (OF 20)CHARLES SUMNER
But the poetic comedy does not misrepresent the speech one half so much as the speech misrepresents the soul.
VARIED TYPESG. K. CHESTERTON
I must here confess to the belief that no gentleman or honest man ever consciously misrepresents the ideas of an opponent.
MODERN MYTHOLOGYANDREW LANG
It was not meant for Greek Scholars, like yourself, but for those who do not know the original, which it very much misrepresents.
LETTERS OF EDWARD FITZGERALD IN TWO VOLUMESEDWARD FITZGERALD
I thought; “how it clings to a man, and continually misrepresents, and then survives him!”
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. 13 (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
This way of putting it in my judgement intolerably misconceives and misrepresents the truth.
PROGRESS AND HISTORYVARIOUS
Dr. Sommer's summary is again misleading, and entirely misrepresents the general character of the incident.
THE LEGEND OF SIR LANCELOT DU LACJESSIE L. WESTON
Wollaston misrepresents accidentally, to a wonderful extent, some passages in my book.