misconstrue


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That's always bothered me, the fact that the worst thing you can do to a man is misconstrue his gender.
Only when they had interpenetrated the non-religious type of programming, and gained acceptance, did they move finally to aggressively mock and misconstrue all things associated with Catholicism.
This is evidence supporting another of Owen's arguments: Those who continually sound the death knell of pan-Arabism misconstrue the notion of Arab nationalism.
When we express ourselves in a negative way, friends, family, colleagues or clients may misconstrue what it is we are saying.
Fortin's critical method is eclectic: he is a close reader of the text, watching what words like misconstrue might mean throughout a play and how they might be associated with one character or another; he observes imagery, genres, and modes carefully; he is a sharp observer of human behavior in drama; and he is a theological and philosophical critic, looking for eschatology in tragedy.
With all the other distractions the networks send down to the sidelines these days, Siragusa is probably one of the most qualified to see and hear things other aspiring reporters might misconstrue as breaking news.
Fink said people could easily misconstrue the information online, altering their doses days before calling a doctor.
The Federal Circuit is where Rambus is currently appealing a number of adverse rulings from Virginia, including an erroneous jury instruction and several patent claim construction rulings that we believe are overly narrow, misconstrue our patents, and ignore well-settled law.
Insofar as philosophy of religion continues to conceptualize religion in this fashion, Christenson argues that it misconstrues much about its subject of inquiry.
He misconstrues his lust for love and jeopardises his engagement to a more suitable woman, the Sorbonne-educated Sibel.