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misspoke

See definition of misspoke on Dictionary.com
  • as inlie
  • as inprevaricate

synonyms for misspoke

  • deceive
  • mislead
  • misrepresent
  • promote
  • BS
  • beguile
  • bull
  • con
  • concoct
  • delude
  • dissemble
  • dissimulate
  • distort
  • dupe
  • equivocate
  • exaggerate
  • fabricate
  • fake
  • falsify
  • fib
  • forswear
  • frame
  • fudge
  • invent
  • malign
  • misguide
  • misinform
  • misspeak
  • misstate
  • overdraw
  • palter
  • perjure
  • pervert
  • phony
  • plant
  • prevaricate
  • snow
  • soft-soap
  • victimize
  • be untruthful
  • bear false witness
  • break promise
  • go back on
  • make believe
  • misinstruct
  • put on
  • put up a front
  • string along
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antonyms for misspoke

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  • destroy
  • tell truth
  • stand
  • straighten
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How to use misspoke in a sentence

I misspoke—it was the 24th of November rather than the 25th.
WARREN COMMISSION (5 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. V (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
Miss Condelick Smith called it dinner: she misspoke herself.
SWEET CICELYJOSIAH ALLEN'S WIFE: MARIETTA HOLLEY
Excuse me; I just wondered if you misspoke—you said they were sentimental and serious, did you intend both of those words?
WARREN COMMISSION (10 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. X (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
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