Misapprehension in a sentence as a noun

He doesn't deny it, though, nor use the misapprehension as a source of humor in interviews.

Lowering themselves?You seem to be under the misapprehension that these people ever held the moral high ground in the first place.

I just wanted to put this out there lest people be under the misapprehension that spell correction is quite as easy as this blog post makes it out to be.

People in this thread seem to be under the misapprehension that organic farming doesn't use pesticides or 'chemicals'.

A lot of people are under the misapprehension that Lisp is a failure in the marketplace, when in fact many industrial applications use Lisp.

Was anyone on HN under the misapprehension that there was no police brutality in the US, or even that the police don't routinely ****** people?

That sentiment is based on a preposterous misapprehension about how international law works.

You seem to be under the misapprehension that quantum computing threatens all asymmetric cryptosystems.

If yes you should be embarrassed at your misapprehension here, because in spite of the title, this data in this article actually paints a pretty damn rosy picture of Twitter's future.

If one side flubs an explanation of prior art or of some other term of art, the rest of the jury may be confused or be under a misapprehension and the patent attorney will not be.

It is a misapprehension, misunderstanding and misrepresentation to say: ... reinventing the wheel runs counter to everything we do in CS.

I ask this because many politically-minded hackers are under the misapprehension that Bradley Manning was purely a whistleblower, which is not the case.

The allegation that he is a "noted fraud and liar" is a pretty gross mis-estimate his work, and my personal opinion is that a misapprehension at this level makes it very unlikely that you have good reasons for believing what you do.

Misapprehension definitions


an understanding of something that is not correct; "he wasn't going to admit his mistake"; "make no mistake about his intentions"; "there must be some misunderstanding--I don't have a sister"

See also: mistake misunderstanding