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Associations of "Misunderstood" (30 Words)
|A deliberately misleading fabrication.
The old canard that LA is a cultural wasteland.
|Transmit (heat or motion.
Communicate a disease.
|A situation of panic or disorder.
The confusion of tongues at the Tower of Babel.
|Giving rise or likely to give rise to controversy or public disagreement.
A controversial decision on affirmative action.
|Expose the falseness or hollowness of (an idea or belief.
She debunks all the usual rubbish about acting.
|The state or condition of being wrong in conduct or judgement.
She was quick to point out my errors.
|A misconception resulting from incorrect reasoning.
The potential for fallacy which lies behind the notion of self esteem.
|Of a rock formation be broken by a fault or faults.
Her superiors could not fault her dedication to the job.
|Having a blemish or flaw.
A flawed hero.
|A person not belonging to a particular place or group; a stranger or outsider.
|Marked by or showing hopelessness.
A forlorn cause.
|Not appropriate for a purpose or occasion.
It was considered improper to leave one s house on Christmas Day.
Isolated farms and villages.
|Marked by dejection from being alone.
Passing long lonely hours looking on to the street.
|Fail to understand (a person or their words) correctly; misinterpret.
They seemed not to mind that their more profound utterances were misapprehended as self help maxims.
|Judge or plan badly, typically on the basis of faulty understanding.
Criticism of the trade surplus in Washington is misconceived.
|An incorrect conception.
Public misconceptions about antibiotic use.
|Interpret (a person’s words or actions) wrongly.
She misconstrued my remarks.
|Put in the wrong place or position.
A million dollars had been lost because of a misplaced comma.
|A trial rendered invalid through an error in the proceedings.
The judge dismissed the charge and declared a mistrial.
|Fail to interpret or understand the words or actions of (someone) correctly.
Don t misunderstand me I m not implying she should be working.
|Putting the wrong interpretation on.
A misunderstanding of the government s plans.
|A single-minded expert in a particular technical field.
I was a serious nerd until I discovered girls and cars.
|A person who is rejected (from society or home.
She went from trusted pal to ostracized outcast overnight.
|Someone who is excluded from or is not a member of a group.
He started as a rank outsider.
|The action of overseeing something.
Effective oversight of the financial reporting process.
|A member of an indigenous people of southern India originally functioning as ceremonial drummers but later having a low caste.
The country is becoming an international pariah state.
|A breach of good manners; an instance of incorrect behaviour.
|A person who is not a member or official of the House of Commons.
He must have been a stranger to the village.
|A person who has little status in society.
What is it like to be an underdog in America.