misimpression


mis·im·pres·sion

noun \ˌmi-sim-ˈpre-shən\

Definition of MISIMPRESSION

:  a mistaken impression

Examples of MISIMPRESSION

  1. <she was under the misimpression that the class was for beginners, but it was actually for advanced students>

First Known Use of MISIMPRESSION

1670

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