misimpression

Related to misimpression: sedulously, splendidly, effortlessly, perpetually

mis·im·pres·sion

 (mĭs′ĭm-prĕsh′ən)
n.
A faulty or mistaken impression.

misimpression

(ˌmɪsɪmˈprɛʃən)
n
a wrong impression

mis•im•pres•sion

(ˌmɪs ɪmˈprɛʃ ən)

n.
misconception.
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Qualifications were actually given in the story - such as what/who Trump was referring to as 'drugs' and 'drug dealer -- but these were not so pronounced as to obviate a misimpression of implied US endorsement of Duterte's dirty war.
There is not a single example of a woman who entered the Centers waiting room under the misimpression that she could obtain an abortion there, and none of the Centers advocacy materials suggests that the Center would provide help or assistance in obtaining an abortion.
Starting with his most trenchant observation, he wrote, "After seven years of litigation and a 1,295-page record before us, the city does not identify a single example of a woman who entered the Greater Baltimore Center's waiting room under the misimpression that she could obtain an abortion there.
In my view, the article seriously misstates international norms regarding approval of biosimilars and creates a misimpression that the new Colombian regime is consistent with the approach taken in Europe and the United States.
In a terse statement on Monday, the Office of the Ombudsman saw the need to correct his misimpression on Morales' view of his threats.
The strong focus on species extinctions, a critical aspect of the contemporary pulse of biological extinction, leads to a common misimpression that Earth's biota is not immediately threatened, just slowly entering an episode of major biodiversity loss," reads the study's introduction.
to real people with real problems is known to members of Congress, and the misimpression held by many conservative politicians that it somehow just funds liberal activists, has been dispelled, and funding would continue.
Addressing the content of ObamaCare or the proposed version as a solution gives the misimpression such regulation is constitutional.
Somehow, Espy had gained the misimpression that the "authors" of the two poems were unknown, and his publisher seems never to have checked with Stephens to verify this.
Equally important, when values are set too low, they give the misimpression that consumers can get all they need from conventional food alone--and that's just not realistic/'Dr.
News reports last week said Donald Trump was backing off his call for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States, but he soon corrected that misimpression.
The SEC added that Navistar's public statements "created the misimpression that the certification process was proceeding as it typically did and that the forthcoming engine would be commercially competitive.