I stand corrected; I was only imagining what you would have said if you had been there.
If I am wrong, I shall be glad to stand corrected on the error being pointed out.
If he appeared March 4, then the conversation—well, I stand corrected.
However, I stand corrected; and we'll speak very respectfully of the lady hereafter.
"I stand corrected: a vessel landing passengers and freight," I added.
They stand corrected by a whisper; a word or a glance reminds them of the great eternal law.
But I have said too much, I humbly submit, and am ready to stand corrected.
"It means that the two vowels in the word are to be pronounced separately, and I stand corrected," answered Felix promptly.
I stand corrected; do you suppose—you go so far as to suppose, sometimes?
I stand corrected, murmured Louise, in what was meant to be an abject voice.