verb (used with or without object), misquoted, misquoting.
a quotation that is incorrect.
to quote (a text, speech, etc) inaccurately
1590s; see mis- (1) + quote (v.). First recorded in Shakespeare.
Looke how we can, or sad or merrily, Interpretation will misquote our lookes. [“I Hen. IV,” v.ii.13]
Related: Misquoted; misquoting. As a noun from 1855.
[mis-ruh] /ˈmɪs rə/ noun 1. Arabic name of . multiangle imaging spectrometer
[mis-reed] /mɪsˈrid/ verb (used with or without object), misread [mis-red] /mɪsˈrɛd/ (Show IPA), misreading [mis-ree-ding] /mɪsˈri dɪŋ/ (Show IPA) 1. to wrongly. 2. to misunderstand or misinterpret. /ˌmɪsˈriːd/ verb (transitive) -reads, -reading, -read (-ˈrɛd) 1. to read incorrectly 2. to misinterpret v. 1809, from mis- (1) + read (v.). Related: Misreading.
[mis-rek-uh n] /mɪsˈrɛk ən/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to incorrectly; miscalculate.
[rek-uh-lek-shuh n] /ˌrɛk əˈlɛk ʃən/ noun 1. the act or power of , or recalling to mind; remembrance. 2. something that is : recollections of one’s childhood. /ˌrɛkəˈlɛkʃən/ noun 1. the act of recalling something from memory; the ability to remember 2. something remembered; a memory n. 1590s, “a gathering together again,” from French récollection […]