Misquote Definition

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1. Alexis de Tocqueville, the great French chronicler of early America, was once misquoted as having said: "America is the best country in the world to be poor." 1
2. All through the interview I took careful notes so as not to misquote him. 1
3. Apple Computer can't even claim a misquote. 1
4. Biblical proverbs include " Money is the root of all evil " ( misquoted from I Tim . vi, 10 ). 1
5. Did the Wall Street Journal misquote him? 1
6. Did the Wall Street Journal misquote him? Please, please tell me the Wall Street Journal misquoted him. 2
7. Dr Hall said he had been misquoted in the press. 1
8. He claimed that he had been misquoted and he threatened to sue the magazine for libel. 1
9. He is frequently misquoted in the press. 1
10. Her promise was deliberately misquoted by her opponents, who then used it against her. 1
11. I never said that at all - the press misquoted me. 1
12. I suspect however that you have misquoted the number as the highest number I know is 57435. 1
13. In the end the situation was defused when Prost appeared in front of FISA and satisfied Mosley that he'd been misquoted. 1
14. Many lines from Shakespeare's plays are misquoted and misapplied. 1
15. The article apparently misquoted Indian glaciologist Syed Iqbal Hasnain. 1
16. The government speaker complained that the newspapers had misquoted him. 1
17. The minister complained that the newspapers had misquoted him. 1
18. The senator claims to have been misquoted in the article. 1
19. They can always misquote and change my words, but not my lyrics. 1
20. This misquote has been covered on this site before, but I wanted to include it just in case some people haven't seen it (it is a pet peeve of mine). 1
21. To misquote the great comic genius Spike Milligan: the last time I edited a book I swore I would never do another one. 1
22. You misquoted me/what I said. 1

Misquote

[misˈkwōt]

VERB

misquotes (third person present) · misquoted (past tense) · misquoted (past participle) · misquoting (present participle)

  - quote (a person or a piece of written or spoken text) inaccurately.

NOUN

misquotes (plural noun)

  - a passage or remark quoted inaccurately.

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