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Sentence count:56+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-23Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: representationproportional representationrepresentativepresentationrepresentfor the presentindentationorientationMeaning: ['mɪsreprɪzen'teɪʃn]  n. a misleading falsehood. 
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1. I never saw such a glaring example of misrepresentation.
2. a long and elaborate misrepresentation.
3. The MP laughed off the remarks as media misrepresentation.
4. The documentary was a misrepresentation of the truth and bore little resemblance to actual events.
5. I wish to point out your misrepresentation of the facts.
6. It was held that the seller made a misrepresentation.
7. Rescission is one remedy available for misrepresentation under the Misrepresentation Act 1967, s1.
8. A misrepresentation or misdescription could result in the landlord being unable to enforce the terms of the agreement.
9. By that misrepresentation the accused obtained both property and a pecuniary advantage.
10. The vitiating feature was undue influence or misrepresentation on the part of the debtor unknown to the creditor.
11. A statement is not an actionable misrepresentation unless it induced the other party to enter the contract.
12. Any misrepresentation is understood and allowed for by the evaluator, who draws conclusions carefully.
13. The pro-gramme's researchers are guilty of bias and misrepresentation.
14. He now wants to sue the magazine for misrepresentation.
15. A misrepresentation can be either fraudulent or innocent.
16. A statement that twists fact ; a misrepresentation.
17. This was a misrepresentation of the truth.
18. I understand that any misrepresentation of information may result in revoking acceptance or terminating my enrolment.
19. In any event a disclaimer of responsibility is not effective in respect of fraudulent misrepresentation.
20. The passage of the judicature Act tempted some people to think that damages might now be obtained for innocent misrepresentation.
21. Most of these points are self-explanatory but the first one, the misrepresentation, requires further discussion.
22. There is considerable dissatisfaction among lesbians and gays at their lack of representation, or misrepresentation, on television.
23. To imply disabled people are responsible for the under-payment of personal assistance services in these circumstances is a nauseating misrepresentation of facts.
24. We shall see that Law drew a clear distinction between innocent and fraudulent misrepresentation.
25. In a way this first category is a peculiarly Protestant doubt which is best understood as a misrepresentation and abuse of freedom.
26. Clauses which seek to exclude or restrict liability for misrepresentation are regulated by s3 of the Misrepresentation Act 1967.
27. The Bible makes it clear that the devil and his forces are the masters of misrepresentation.
28. If he placed no reliance at all upon it(sentence dictionary), he can not complain of a misrepresentation.
29. This Policy shall be avoidable in the event of misrepresentation, misdescription or non-disclosure made by the Insured or his representative in any material particular in respect of this insurance.
30. Since there is no mention of, or agreement to, the escape clause (divorce), the contract is a material misrepresentation of the facts and is immediately void on those grounds.
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