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1 Many lines from Shakespeare's plays are misquoted and misapplied.
2 He is frequently misquoted in the press.
3 Her promise was deliberately misquoted by her opponents, who then used it against her.
4 He repeated that he had been mis-quoted.
5 The minister complained that the newspapers had misquoted him.
6 He claimed that he had been misquoted and he threatened to sue the magazine for libel.
7 You misquoted me/what I said.
8 The senator claims to have been misquoted in the article.
9 Dr Hall said he had been misquoted in the press.
10 The government speaker complained that the newspapers had misquoted him.
11 I explained that I wanted to avoid misquoting anyone.
12 I suspect however that you have misquoted the number as the highest number I know is 57435.
13 We thread our way through the cemetery,[www.Sentencedict.com] misquoting or humming quietly and almost comforted.
14 Apple Computer can't even claim a misquote.
15 Did the Wall Street Journal misquote him? Please[sentencedict.com], please tell me the Wall Street Journal misquoted him.
16 To misquote the great comic genius Spike Milligan: the last time I edited a book I swore I would never do another one.
17 They can always misquote and change my words, but not my lyrics.
18 Did the Wall Street Journal misquote him?
19 This misquote has been covered on this site before, but I wanted to include it just in case some people haven't seen it (it is a pet peeve of mine).
20 I never said that at all - the press misquoted me.
21 All through the interview I took careful notes so as not to misquote him.
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