verb (used with object)
- miss a beat
Origin of misrepresent
Examples from the Web for misrepresent
As long as the reporter does not misrepresent himself and does not attempt to conceal a recording device, the event is fair game.
Those who say that the Republicans are taking the president's words out of context to misrepresent him make a serious mistake.
So long as we are in the world of facts and specifics, Romney has shown himself scrupulous not to overstate or misrepresent.
The author concluded the much-anticipated interview by vowing never to “misrepresent” any of his work ever again.
This lack of transparency leaves room to misrepresent risk and trading revenue.
I have tried not to misrepresent you; I have been anxious to do you no wrong.The Evil Genius|Wilkie Collins
A good story is told to show how, though driving a keen bargain, he was careful not to misrepresent.Baltimore Hats|William T. Brigham
On this point we must be careful not to misunderstand or misrepresent Mr. Murphy.The Theistic Conception of the World|B. F. (Benjamin Franklin) Cocker
No battle is ever fought that it is not for somebody's interest to misrepresent.Campfire and Battlefield|Rossiter Johnson
You misunderstand or misrepresent the value of these statistics.