misregard

misregard

(ˌmɪsrɪˈɡɑːd)
vb (tr)
to have no regard for; disregard
n
a lack of attention or regard
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Ultimately, both narrators in the story are suspect for different reasons, and readers can't entirely trust their explanations because of their tendencies to misreport (Julius), and misread and misregard (John).
Just as Julius "misreports," John "misreads" "and misregards"; in other words, he is a narrator who both interprets and evaluates incorrectly (Phelan 52).
The adjacent keypoints or blocks might be misregarded as the matching pairs, due to their similar characteristics.