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EtymologyEdit

mis- +‎ impression

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misimpression ‎(plural misimpressions)

  1. An inaccurate or misleading impression
    • 1988 March 11, Michael Miner, “Broder Against Broder/For the Editor Who Dares to Be Different”, in Chicago Reader[1]:
      Often the misimpression a reporter gives is trivial.

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