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misrelation

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EtymologyEdit

mis- +‎ relation

NounEdit

misrelation (countable and uncountable, plural misrelations)

  1. erroneous relation or narration
    • Archbishop John Bramhall, letter to the Marquis of Newcastle
      But as mine aim, in the first discourse, was only to press home those things in writing which had been agitated between us by word of mouth (a course much to be preferred before verbal conferences, as being freer from passions and tergiversations, less subject to mistakes and misrelations []

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