The letter which was "open to some misconstruction" may be found in Arrows of the Chace.
How will every look, every action, even the most innocent, be liable to misconstruction!
On second thoughts, he decided such a move would be open to misconstruction.
"Wounded, madam," reiterated Daly, as if correcting a misconstruction.
Both these are susceptible of a good deal of misconstruction, and both no doubt have been a good deal misconstrued.
I only mention this to prevent any possibility of future misconstruction.'
This covenant, like many treaties made with high powers, is open to misconstruction.
He was long in learning the misconstruction which had been put upon his words.
If we do things liable to misconstruction, we are likely to suffer in the eyes of the world—and you see it every day.
The discussion sufficiently shows this, and that many members took care to save their votes from any misconstruction on this head.