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- misseinterpretacion (Early Modern, obsolete)
mis- + interpretation or misinterpret + -ation
misinterpretation (countable and uncountable, plural misinterpretations)
- An instance of misinterpreting.
- 1838, L[etitia] E[lizabeth] L[andon], Duty and Inclination, volume II, London: Henry Colburn, pages 78–79:
- Charmed as was De Brooke at the outward effects of his Rosilia's sensibility, yet at the same time pained at the situation of his child, conscious that she attracted all eyes upon her, and fearful also of the misinterpretation of affectation or weakness given to it by her ladyship, he looked at his sister, who, comprehending his wishes, lent her kind interference, and conducted Rosilia from the apartment.
instance of misinterpreting