The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
- His Lordship considered that, by misconstruing the words in the statute, the judge had made an error of law that went to jurisdiction.
- This didn't really go down so well because they repeated and misconstrued every word, and she rang me up and abused me.
- But Dominican nationalists, purposefully misconstruing its terms, have portrayed it an alarming attack on national sovereignty.
- It's just far too easy for the written word to be misconstrued.
- Her gaze narrowed and he realized how his words could be misconstrued.
- The media deliberately misconstrue things because they want to confuse people.
- This both misconstrues the data and misses the point.
- I can only say that the Minister is either deliberately misconstruing this, or is utterly incompetent.
- Be polite, and double-check your words so that nothing you say could be misconstrued.
- To make this mistake is to misconstrue the personal nature of power.
- I worry that this advice may be misconstrued, especially at a time when the news is full of journalistic imperfections.
- I think he's misconstruing the pro-life position, though.
- But I think this is misconstruing the role of think tanks.
- This last quip seems to have been widely misconstrued.
- Everything was out in the open, there was no real danger of my position being misconstrued.
- I was interviewed by your paper last week and feel that some of what I have said was misconstrued in the article.
- I am terribly sorry that this inside joke has been misconstrued to be a slur on any other president.
- He is, after all, a writer of such clarity that his work can only be misconstrued by an effort of will.
- It will be misconstrued as bribery, which is frowned on in legal circles.
- We got the promoter to change this because it might be misconstrued by those not familiar with wrestling.
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