1. Misquote definition is - an act or instance of quoting something incorrectly : misquotation
2. How to use Misquote in a sentence.
3. Misquote synonyms, Misquote pronunciation, Misquote translation, English dictionary definition of Misquote
4. Misquote definition, to quote incorrectly
5. Misquote - an incorrect quotation
6. Misquote - quote incorrectly; "He had Misquoted the politician" quote, cite - repeat a passage from; "He quoted the Bible to her"
7. Find 253 ways to say Misquote, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
8. This Misquote hearkens back to the British Lord Acton, a 19th century English historian who was commenting about tyrannical monarchs (Caesar, Henry VIII, Napoleon, various Russian tsars, etc.)
9. Misquote somebody/something to repeat what somebody has said or written in a way that is not correct
10. The senator claims to have been Misquoted in the article.
11. Misquote: 1 v quote incorrectly “He had Misquoted the politician” Type of: cite , quote repeat a passage from n an incorrect quotation Synonyms: misquotation Type of: citation , quotation , quote a passage or expression that is quoted or cited
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12. Definition of Misquote in the Definitions.net dictionary
13. What does Misquote mean? Information and translations of Misquote in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
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14. Misquote definition: If someone is Misquoted , something that they have said or written is repeated Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
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15. ‘The Misquote was picked up by The Washington Post, the Chicago Sun-Times, and dozens of other newspapers, but it was also flagged by several pro-Dean sites and the popular blog Daily Kos.’ ‘I need to correct a Misquote in your report on the proposal for a six-term year for schools.’
16. John Muir Misquote When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world - but the correct quote is When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe
17. 'That is the furthest thing from the truth' — Kerr sounds off after Misquote Twitter KD strikes again, responds to comment from ex-coach 75756A5E-120A-4932-810C-2FD980DB785E
18. The story behind the Misquote goes back to 1953 when President Eisenhower nominated Wilson to be Secretary of Defense
19. The Washington Post has corrected a major story it published in January about the presidential election in the state of Georgia, saying it had “Misquoted” then President Donald Trump in a
20. Trump: WaPo Misquote 'probably affected' Georgia Senate race March 16, 2021, 4:54 PM Former president joins 'Fox News Primetime' to discuss Washington Post's correction of Misquoted conversation with GA election official
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21. To Misquote an old advertisement for an insurance company, I always make a drama out of a crisis.: I need to correct a Misquote in your report on the proposal for a six-term year for schools.: Thankfully, someone else corrected his Misquote, pointing out that a group editing system might have helped out in such a situation.: I think it's been a bit of a Misquote because I've never thought of
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22. The Misquote: "This could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship." The real quote: "Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship." People often Misquote Chief Brody in "Jaws." Chief Martin Brody was played by Roy Schneider.
23. An accusation frequently trotted out against the New Testament is that it allegedly “Misquotes” or even “deceitfully alters” the Old Testament.A common example used is the citation of Isaiah 61:1 found in Luke 4:18.
24. Synonyms for Misquote include misrepresent, distort, falsify, misreport, muddle, pervert, twist, garble, misstate and bias
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25. Synonyms for Misquote in Free Thesaurus
26. 12 synonyms for Misquote: misrepresent, twist, distort, pervert, muddle, mangle, falsify, garble, misreport, misstate, quote or take out of context
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27. What are synonyms for Misquote?
28. What does Misquote mean? To quote incorrectly
29. (verb) The newspaper had to publish a correction after they Misquoted the President.
30. ‘The Misquote was picked up by The Washington Post, the Chicago Sun-Times, and dozens of other newspapers, but it was also flagged by several pro-Dean sites and the popular blog Daily Kos.’ ‘I need to correct a Misquote in your report on the proposal for a six-term year for schools.’
31. In the Misquote, it’s implied that all power corrupts
32. The Misquote, which Halper blamed on a “noisy recording at a loud rally,” should have been transcribed as “failures of the old normal.” The original Misquote had gone viral on Twitter,
33. Former president joins 'Fox News Primetime' to discuss Washington Post's correction of Misquoted conversation with GA election official Like us on …
34. The article with the Misquote has since been corrected
35. The Greatest Misquotes In History After years of interviews, Neil Armstrong relented to his Misquote
36. Dictionary entry overview: What does Misquote mean? • Misquote (noun) The noun Misquote has 1 sense:
37. An incorrect quotation Familiarity information: Misquote used as a noun is very rare
38. • Misquote (verb) The verb Misquote has 1 sense:
39. Quote incorrectly Familiarity information: Misquote used as a verb is very rare.
40. 17 To Misquote the great comic genius Spike Milligan: the last time I edited a book I swore I would never do another one
41. 18 They can always Misquote and change my words, but not my lyrics
42. 19 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).
43. Then there's possibly the best-known movie Misquote – "Play it again, Sam" from 1942's Casablanca
44. Misquote Oh no So I call you up to hear your tune, See if you’re lazy; stopped being rude But life’s a joke and we’re still stoned You’ve lost the beauty inside your bones
45. Pete Buttigieg Praises Barack Obama After Misquote On 'Failures' Goes Viral A now-corrected Los Angeles Times story mistakenly quoted the South Bend mayor as citing Obama's tenure as the reason for Trump's election.
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English Language Learners Definition of misquote. : to report or repeat (something that someone has said or written) in a way that is not correct or accurate : to quote (someone) incorrectly. See the full definition for misquote in the English Language Learners Dictionary.
verb [ T ] uk /ˌmɪsˈkwəʊt/ us /ˌmɪsˈkwoʊt/. › to repeat something someone has said in a way that is not accurate: Her promise was deliberately misquoted by her opponents, who then used it against her. I never said that at all - the press misquoted me.
How we do misquote sayings, or misunderstand them when quoted rightly! I sighed as an author, but obeyed as a pupil,—to misquote the words of Gibbon. He could not misquote or misapply the word, neither could he be indifferent about it. I may misquote, as I quote from memory, but if the words are wrong, the ideas are right.
mis′quo·ta′tion (-kwō-tā′shən) n. mis·quot′er n. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved. 1. to quote incorrectly. n. 2. Also, mis`quo•ta′tion. an incorrect quotation.