Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Related to misapprehend: reinvigorated, outlined, scrutinised, overhyped
References in periodicals archive ?
The Martens Clause should be understood as a cautionary principle, one that controls instances in which junior staff officers of an occupying power misapprehend applicable law and interpret LOAC as permitting the inhumane treatment of detainees.
In Northrop Frye and the Phenomenology of Myth, Glen Gill brings a new perspective to the thought and influence of Northrop Frye by adjusting existing perspectives that misapprehend Frye's treatment of myth.
As Mollenauer so succinctly puts it, "To ignore the central place of women at Versailles at Louis XIV's court is to fundamentally misapprehend its structure" (8).
The student may perform some subset of a task to be learned and that behavior may appropriately receive verbal reinforcement, but because of attention problems or delays in processing, the student may misapprehend the contingency underlying this reinforcement, causing disruptions in the learning process (cf.
In essence, the appellants' arguments misapprehend the nature and scope of the courts' adjudicative role protected from interference by the Constitution's guarantee of judicial independence.
Newcomers to cross-examination "frequently misapprehend leading question as referring to a question showing hostility or posed for the purpose of embarrassing or taking unfair advantage.
These critics misapprehend the fundamental difference between the right to education and virtually every other right protected by our constitution.
A few scholars have gone against the current and suggested that conventional historians misapprehend Bird's purpose.
In this perspective, whether or not all his wives have him in their un/conscious as the exclusive planter of and in their wombs is to misapprehend their factical situation since QANG has effectively made himself so in no uncertain terms.
For millions, who misapprehend its nature and its origin, it is a source of shame.
Such studies, however scientifically sound they may be, misapprehend the nature of prayer.
Yet, like Luther's drunken donkey-rider (and Nicodemus), we tend to misapprehend both God and ourselves by perceiving half-truths--and even those wrongly (for "we," see especially v.