misremember misremember  /mɪs ri ˈmɛm bər/


  • (v) remember incorrectly


  • In other words, Fred Rogers knew that childhood, which we misremember as carefree and innocent, is a time of roiling passions, anguish and terror.


  • "He has all the right instincts for it," said Rocker. "He could eat these guys for lunch and misremember it the next day."
    on Feb 14, 2008 By: John Rocker Source: Natick Bulletin and Tab

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