Definition of Misconceived

1. Verb. (past of misconceive) ¹



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Definition of Misconceived

1. misconceive [v] - See also: misconceive

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misconceived

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miscomprehending
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miscomprehension
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miscomputation
miscomputations
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misconceived (current term)
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misconfident
misconfiguration

Literary usage of Misconceived

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1. History of the Second War Between the United States of America and Great by Charles Jared Ingersoll (1852)
"Your majesty has misconceived my character, my kindness and forbearance towards yourself. I insist on the interdiction of all commerce and communication ..."

2. The Rate of Interest: Its Nature, Determination and Relation to Economic by Irving Fisher (1907)
"In the classical political economy, the relation of the rate of interest to distribution was entirely misconceived. Distribution was erroneously regarded as ..."

3. The Civic Theatre in Relation to the Redemption of Leisure: A Book of by Percy MacKaye (1912)
"... APPENDIX II THE MUNICIPAL THEATRE misconceived AN INSTANCE Reference from Page 105. THE following extract from a letter written in January, 1909, ..."

4. The Records of the Society of Gentlemen Practisers in the Courts of Law and by Incorporated Law Society (Great Britain) (1897)
"... for proposing to defer the meeting should have been so misconceived and commented upon. "The Solicitor-Genl has another attendee on Wednesday which ..."

5. The Arguments of the Counsel of Joseph Hendrickson, in a Cause Decided in by George Wood, Isaac Halsted Williamson (1833)
"He was misconceived. He was charged with blasphemy. The magistrates, perhaps, were not skilled in syllogistic reasoning, or able to comprehend his object, ..."

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