me, father; you often do," said Angel with a little impatience.
I do not think that I misapprehend
your meaning, Thrasymachus, I replied; but still I cannot hear without amazement that you class injustice with wisdom and virtue, and justice with the opposite.
Jarndyce, that that gentleman may have done me the honour so far to misapprehend
my character as to induce you to believe that you would not have been received by my local establishment in Lincolnshire with that urbanity, that courtesy, which its members are instructed to show to all ladies and gentlemen who present themselves at that house.
* A curious and amazing literature that served to make the working class utterly misapprehend
the nature of the leisure class.
The difficulty has been strangely exaggerated and misapprehended
. I can choose my current, and should I find all currents against me, I can make very tolerable headway with the propeller.
Never divining Joan's fluttering wildness, her blind hatred of restraint and compulsion, her abhorrence of mastery by another, and mistaking the warmth and enthusiasm in her eyes (aroused by his latest tale) for something tender and acquiescent, he drew her to him, laid a forcible detaining arm about her waist, and misapprehended
her frantic revolt for an exhibition of maidenly reluctance.
"I recognise with hindsight that my actions caused others reason to misapprehend
that I hold or condone generalised and negative views about members of particular ethnic or religious community groups," he had said.
It will need serious prioritisation of finances to achieve parity, which the Assembly appears to misapprehend
on a daily basis and cannot come to terms with.
Chapter 3, "Cultural Change," investigates the places in which the scribes seemed to misapprehend
Unfortunately, Fox's production of "Rocky Horror," despite a few solid performances, appears to entirely misapprehend
the appeal of the original film.
As such these formulas misapprehend
the nature of the problem.
Unfortunately, many staunch opponents of the deal, who rightly criticize its debilitating errors, inadequacies, and omissions, nonetheless misapprehend
America's alternatives once Congress acts.