Definition of Misquotations

1. Noun. (plural of misquotation) ¹



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Definition of Misquotations

1. misquotation [n] - See also: misquotation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misquotations

mispronounciation
mispronouncing
mispronunciation
mispronunciations
misproportion
misproportioned
misproportioning
misproportions
misproud
mispunctuate
mispunctuated
mispunctuates
mispunctuating
misqueme
misquotation
misquotations (current term)
misquote
misquoted
misquoter
misquoters
misquotes
misquoting
misraise
misraised
misraises
misraising
misrate
misrated
misrates
misrating

Literary usage of Misquotations

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1. The King's English by Henry Watson Fowler, Francis George Fowler (1906)
"COMMON misquotations These are excusable in talk, but not in print. ... UNCOMMON misquotations OF WELL-KNOWN PASSAGES OR PHRASES It is still worse to ..."

2. Ti-ping Tien-kwoh: The History of the Ti-ping Revolution by Augustus F. Lindley (1866)
"misquotations.-—Examples thereof.—" Chinese Miscellanies."—Ti- ping Movements.—The Future of the Ti-pings Doubtful—Latest Movements.—The Kan-wang. ..."

3. A Last Ramble in the Classics by Hugh Edward Pigott Platt (1906)
"COMMON misquotations. With just enough of learning to misquote. English Bards and Scotch Reviewers. Next to ' Ne ultra crepidam' the commonest Latin ..."

4. Over Fen and Wold by James John Hissey (1898)
"A poetical will—The river Ivel—A day to be remembered—The art of seeing— misquotations—The striving after beauty—Stories in stone— An ancient muniment ..."

5. The Morning Watch: Or Quarterly Journal on Prophecy and Theological Review. by Ellerton and Henderson (1831)
"J> F' • » *— ON CALUMNIOUS misquotations. To the Editor of the Morning Watch. SIR,—It is deeply to be lamented, as one of the greatest evils attendant upon ..."

6. St. Peter Non-Roman in His Mission, Ministry, and Martyrdom by Robert Maguire (1871)
"ROMAN CATHOLIC misquotations. THROUGHOUT the course of this work there have appeared not a few occasions on which the Roman Catholic advocates have not ..."

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