Simple past tense and past participle of mischaracterize.(verb)
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Use "mischaracterized" in a sentence
"According to The Produce News, "United Fresh is concerned that the Environmental Working Group has 'mischaracterized' [government] pesticide residue data in its Dirty Dozen list, an annual ranking of the top 12 fruits and vegetables with the highest pesticide residues.""
"The White House changed his mind, however, and Morrell, who said Secretary Gates believed his Tuesday comments had been "mischaracterized," asked him to release a "statement of clarification," something like what Catholics might call an act of contrition."
"There is also the point of whether press accounts have "mischaracterized" Reichert's stance on the issue."