Definition of Misquotes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of misquote) ¹



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Definition of Misquotes

1. misquote [v] - See also: misquote

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misquotes

misproportioned
misproportioning
misproportions
misproud
mispunctuate
mispunctuated
mispunctuates
mispunctuating
misqueme
misquotation
misquotations
misquote
misquoted
misquoter
misquoters
misquotes (current term)
misquoting
misraise
misraised
misraises
misraising
misrate
misrated
misrates
misrating
misread
misreadable
misreading
misreadings
misreads

Literary usage of Misquotes

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1. James Russell Lowell as a Critic by Joseph John Reilly (1915)
"In essays written directly for the press he sometimes misquotes,6 and by a 1 ... Lowell misquotes Burns in Conversations, p. 174, and assigns a quotation ..."

2. A Statement Submitted in Re the Fur-seal Herd of Alaska to the House by Henry Wood Elliott (1912)
"Evermann misquotes authentic testimony to support idle and baseless statements in re loss of life to seal herd: Dr. EVERMANN. It is admitted by practically ..."

3. History of Arizona and New Mexico, 1530-1888 by Hubert Howe Bancroft, Henry Lebbeus Oak (1889)
"... 1620, ordered the viceroy to render all possible aid to the cabil Jo and settlers. makes Naranjo the gov.; and Prince, Hist, tjk., 174, misquotes the ..."

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