misunderstand


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misinterpret

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miss the point

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I hope you won't misunderstand me if I say something else.
It was the custom, but she felt she ought not for fear he might misunderstand.
You misunderstand everything I say," he began quietly, "but I prefer to think that--just now--you are not accountable for your actions.
Unfortunately there are always those in it who are only too eager to misunderstand.
But I'd rather get my lessons by observing what you do; For I might misunderstand you and the high advice you give.
The researchers hypothesized that patients with low literacy were more likely to misunderstand instructions.
Are ESEA's goals realistic, or do they fundamentally misunderstand the nature of schools and learning?
As we learn in the Weatherston interview, even the left can misunderstand performance art when Fusco and Bustamante treat ironically what multiculturalists insist be treated seriously.
Secondly, Mr Graham, please do not misunderstand my previous letter to mean that the injustice of the victims of the dhow tragedy only come second to that of banning Facebook.
Bill Heslop stars as wayward husband, Charles, in comedy farce Don't Misunderstand Me at the Co-operative Theatre in Wyken.
Yet Kavanaugh resolves it expertly, explaining that to misunderstand Jesus' Baptism is to misunderstand our humanity.
Brown then tells his male readers: "Don't misunderstand what I'm saying here.
The advocates of "controlling our borders" misunderstand the history and meaning of those borders.
When we misunderstand someone or something, we are literally standing under the wrong place.
I'm a good boy, a nice person but people misunderstand me.