63 adjectives to describe misunderstandings

She smote her hands together in her wonder that she could have missed seeing what was so clear, and laughed with a sweet scorn at her folly, as two people who love each other laugh at the little misunderstanding that has parted them.

There was a slight misunderstanding with regard to meeting the boat; but, after this was cleared away, the party soon floated out on to the waters of the new-found river.

The words are upon his tongue, when an unfortunate misunderstanding divides them forever.

"Thank you," returned Hardy, wilfully misunderstanding, "but I am in no hurry.

Here lies the starting point for two divisions of mankind which for centuries have lived their own lives separately in mutual misunderstanding, from which to pursue their way arm in arm to the greater advantage of both.

"I have long been intrusted by the council with honorable duties," he said, "but never, before to-day, have I been required to decide upon a domestic misunderstanding, before the parties were actually wedded.

So Jack Landis strode up the hill first and foremost of the six stalwart men who wished to correct the stranger's apparent misunderstandings of the status of The Corner.

Thence arose in the early days painful misunderstandings on the part of Our Square, for we are a simple people and deem it the duty of a timepiece to keep time.

He dared not tell his secret schemes without imperilling their success, which led to grave misunderstandings.

Excuse me, madam, but I think there must be some dreadful misunderstanding in regard to the facts which you have stated.

And, really, there seem now to be but two objections to this, as Mr. Harlowe discouraged not the proposalThe one, the unhappy misunderstanding between you; which I would not by any means he should know; since then he might be apt to give weight to Mr. James Harlowe's unjust surmises.

It is all a most hideous misunderstanding ...

And the book which sets before us, so impartially yet so eloquently, the innumerable petty misunderstandings and contemptible jealousies which brought about this direful result, is one of the most mournful of books.

"There do exist such things as honest misunderstandings," as Charles Reade was always impressing on me at a later time.

I enter not here minutely into the fatal misunderstanding between them and you: the fault may be in both.

The utter failure of even the most eminent Germans to grasp British politics, British institutions, and the British point of view points to a fundamental misunderstanding, a fundamental divergence of outlook, between the political ideals of the two countries.

It would have been fairer to Servia to assume that there had been a genuine misunderstanding, and that the explanation here given by Austria might prove satisfactory to Servia, as the Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs suggested.

She had openly defended me, saved me from arrest; without telling a direct falsehood she had, nevertheless, led these men into a grievous misunderstanding.

I saw there had been a gross misunderstanding, and I hoped I should be able to get your husband to take a reasonable view.

As one with Irish blood in my veins, I found that Germany's Irish spy system (largely conducted by hotel waiters and active for more than five and twenty years) had resulted in hopeless misunderstanding of Irish affairs and Irish character, North and South.

I dare say our mutual dislike is due to the inevitable misunderstanding that exists between the generations.

She sat with clenched hands and a dry throat, listening while he tried to enlighten what he took to be her innocent misunderstanding.

And the book which sets before us, so impartially yet so eloquently, the innumerable petty misunderstandings and contemptible jealousies which brought about this direful result, is one of the most mournful of books.

For no injunction can have weight against the intentional misunderstanding or the power of one's successors.

Since literary misunderstandings retard the settlement of problems, I should like to say that such an interpretation of the pages I have published on effort and on will is absolutely foreign to what I meant to express.

63 adjectives to describe  misunderstandings