Misrepresentation

Antonyms of MISREPRESENTATION

Synonyms of MISREPRESENTATION

Examples of usage:

  1. This misunderstanding he attributed to persistent misrepresentation. "George Brown" by John Lewis
  2. I am not at all surprised, she replied, to find that my adopted daughter's interference has exposed her to misrepresentation. "The New Magdalen" by Wilkie Collins
  3. Still a considerable number of people seemed willing enough to pay fifty centimes for the pleasure of indicating elaborate expeditions on it with their fore- fingers, and appeared to derive pleasure from gazing on a pasteboard misrepresentation when they could by looking out of window see the real thing for nothing. "Above the Snow Line" by Clinton Thomas Dent
  4. In doing this they have unavoidably been guilty of misrepresentation.... "The Empire of the East" by H. B. Montgomery
  5. My Lords, I have next to remark, that the opinion which the counsel gave in this case, namely, a very doubtful opinion, accompanied with strong censure of the manner in which the case was stated, was drawn from them by a case in which I charge that there were misrepresentation, suppression, and falsification. "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. X. (of 12)" by Edmund Burke
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