In fairness, Arcady has put this misapprehension in context.
The main purpose of the invasion of Iraq, he argued, was to reverse that misapprehension.
Could she be under any misapprehension as to his position with regard to Constance?
In his simple honesty he could not bear the thought of such a misapprehension.
Because, you see, this letter—asking me to go back to Magda—is written under a misapprehension.
Then,” said the soldier drily, “I am afraid you were under a misapprehension.
When I mention her house, I must remove the misapprehension which seems to have allarmed you.
He had been brought to the Opera House under a misapprehension.
He lingered two days, when his spirit ascended to that world where misapprehension and strife are alike unknown.
It is the result of apprehension and misapprehension, and bred of race-fear.