misrepresented : Definition, Usages, News and More

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mis re pri zen tid

  • v  represent falsely
  • v  tamper, with the purpose of deception
  • s  having an intended meaning altered or misrepresented

  • The number of Christians misrepresented by the Christian right is many.
  • The contention by McCain and others that private discussions were misrepresented are important because they call into question the legal conclusions that allowed harsh .
  • In a study released in March by the Mortgage Asset Research Institute, Florida ranked first in the country in 2006 and 2007 for the amount of loans that were misrepresented.
News & Articles


  • Robert Byrd in Salon
    The people are becoming more and more aware that we were hoodwinked, that the leaders of this country misrepresented or exaggerated the necessity for invading Iraq,Byrd said.
  • Mike Huckabee in Wall Street Journal
    We have both been brutally assaulted by Governor Romney with amazingly misleading ads that attacked and distorted and misrepresented our records, Romney attacking me in Iowa, attacking him in New Hampshire,Mr. Huckabee said on "Fox News Sunday."
  • Alicia Keys in Washington Post
    In a statement issued Tuesday, April 15, 2008, Keys said she was clarifying "comments that were made during my recent Blender magazine interview since they have been misrepresented."

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