misrepresentation misrepresentation  /mɪs ˌrɛ prɪ zɛn ˈteɪ ʃən/


  1. (n) a misleading falsehood
  2. (n) a willful perversion of facts



  1. Such misrepresentation becomes far more difficult to maintain if the attack is met by defense.
  2. Dunn then testified to a House Committee that she had no idea pretexting involved identity misrepresentation.
  3. On your site, misrepresentation of your real self is a violation of company policy.


  1. POLICE: Trina’s Treehouse day care operator cheated state out of money

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- Police say a day care operator whose business was shut down after a child in her care died was also bilking the state. Katrina Clyburn is accused of receiving more than $112,000 in food stamps, Medicaid and child care assistance. She did not disclose her income from Trina's Treehouse to state officials. She's charged with making false statements and misrepresentation ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: WHAS TV11 Louisville

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    No comments have been posted for this article. Nobel Prize Recipient to Present in West Glacier (13 Comments) mooseberryinn said: "“misrepresentation” is merely one of many tools to be used these days. Anything is allowed to fight global warming and/or climate change.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Flathead Beacon

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