verb (used with or without object)
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OTHER WORDS FROM misinterpretmis·in·ter·pret·a·ble, adjectivemis·in·ter·pre·ta·tion, nounmis·in·ter·pret·er, nounun·mis·in·ter·pret·a·ble, adjective
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Others worry about uttering the wrong word or being misinterpreted and facing backlash from administrators, parents or polarized community members.As the election draws near, civics and government teachers walk a fine line|Joe Heim|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
Officials said the draft was removed because they feared the language could be misinterpreted as suggesting that airborne transmission is the main way the virus spreads.CDC says airborne transmission plays a role in coronavirus spread in a long-awaited update after a website error last month|Lena H. Sun, Ben Guarino|October 5, 2020|Washington Post
Beginning in 2007, she published a series of papers arguing that the basic tools the federal government uses to generate manufacturing, import, and export statistics were misleading and frequently misinterpreted.
Indeed, Millennials seem to be using familiar political terms in ways that are easy to misinterpret.
They will find that they are prone to continuously misread and misinterpret their emergent partner, protagonist and rival.
Jean crept behind some of the tallest, not wishing the King to perceive him and misinterpret his intentions.When a Cobbler Ruled a King|Augusta Huiell Seaman
Hence we might misinterpret the historical data if they were obtainable.Studies in Logical Theory|John Dewey
It is on this very account that historians, especially foreign historians, have tended to misinterpret the man.The French Revolution|Hilaire Belloc
It was natural that a man like Borrow should magnify and should misinterpret this unexpected blow.George Borrow|Thomas Seccombe
Both the Misses Flint wore a look of sternness that Ladybird could not misinterpret.The Staying Guest|Carolyn Wells