Mistakenness


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Mis`tak´en`ness


n.1.Erroneousness.
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The review of metric and non-metric morphological features unambiguously demonstrated the mistakenness ofthe initial assignment to M.
On the one hand, his story centrally involves mistaken identity, with the circulation of bodies between the beds in Symkyn's household; on the other hand, as Scala observes, it is also prompted by mistakenness, with the Reeve avenging his perceived insult at the hands of the Miller, even though the butt of the Miller's joke is an entirely different man.
Instead of giving a constructive definition of normative correctness, she gives a constructive definition of normative mistakenness and defines correctness as, essentially, non-mistakenness.
If we take a moment to recall that the government has for months now not taken any meaningful steps in terms of peace building, Diyarbakyr actually represented less a miracle than a step away from delusion and mistakenness. Not to mention the wasted time.