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Synonyms for misquote

misrepresent

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Synonyms for misquote

an incorrect quotation

quote incorrectly

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It has been misquoted by not one but two former Democratic senators from Massachusetts Edward Kennedy and John Kerry and by current Sens.
"Either the newspaper misunderstood the Governor, or the Governor misunderstood or misquoted me.
No, I have not been misquoted anywhere in the book.
Three sentences of the former prime minister's were misquoted and explanation in this regard had been given.
He slammed the opposition for using wrong words for Nawaz Sharif in the current controversy and adding that the opposition following the reports of Indian media which is totally baseless and misquoted.
The bench then told Aziz to submit the video of the speech in which he was allegedly misquoted, warning him that the court would not provide him more time.
The meeting took place at the State House, Alausa, Ikeja, lasting for about one hour, at the end of which the minister declined to interact with journalists based, according to him, of fear of being misquoted.
Responding to the host's criticism, (http://www.ibtimes.com/kim-kardashian-reacts-sharon-osbournes-ho-comments-its-stupid-ridiculous-2588327) Kardashian  said that Osbourne had misquoted her.
But they have now said that they have accepted Dr Goodall's claim that he was "misquoted" by the BBC.
But it has now said that it accepts Dr Goodall's claim that he was "misquoted" by the BBC.
MANCHESTER United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has said he was misquoted after reports suggested he had talked up the possibility of team-mate Angel di Maria joining Paris St Germain.
While the government downplayed the comments, Singh later said he was misquoted. "I seek to clarify that the reports about my statement on Article 370 have misquoted me.
IT may have notched up millions of sales - but Abba's smash hit Dancing Queen has the most misquoted lyrics ever.
He was misquoted in a story published in Saturday's Telegram & Gazette on an orchid show at Tower Hill Botanic Garden.