Definition of "mischaracterization" [mischaracterization]
The act of characterizing something in an inaccurate or misleading way(noun)
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"Now, Roberts also said the committee found no evidence that political pressure was a factor in what he termed the mischaracterization or exaggeration of the intelligence on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction capabilities."
"If that’s what she meant, then I apologize for furthering her mischaracterization from the article."
"But look, the president is using every means of communication at his disposal to go out here and it is on talk radio that the White House would say a lot of what they would call mischaracterization, misperceptions or outright misleading statements about the bill have been made."